ENG302 Ethics in Communication essay

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Question Description

Students are required to write 6 pages in length, including a cover page, table of contents, and reference page. The paper must follow APA format and include appropriate headings and sub-headings and at least five scholarly citations(e.g., peer-reviewed articles, textbook, etc.). See the rubric for grading criteria. Suggested headings are listed below:

  • Abstract
  • Overview, Introduction, or Background
    • Summary of news or articles
  • Impact of Ethics in Communication
    • Relevance of the content toward ethics and communication
    • Consequences or impact to the subject, organization, and/or society
  • Importance of Ethics in Business
  • Discussion or Reflection
    • Implication of lesson learned
  • Conclusion
  • Reference
  • APA Rubric

    Criteria Exemplary Meets Expectations Developing Novice
    Followed APA style and Paper Structure Adhered to all guidelines. Clear purpose, format and main points. Excellent work! Adhered to most of guidelines. Acceptable purpose, format and main points. Adhered to over half of guidelines. Includes part of purpose, format and main points. Adhered to half or less of guidelines. Lacked purpose, format and main points.
    Quality of Research Presented excellent context and organization. Excels at all criteria. Clearly describes all objectives. Correctly addresses the audience. Outstanding! Presented good context and organization. Adheres to all criteria. Acceptably describes all objectives and addresses the audience. Presented over half context and organization. Adheres to over half of criteria. Clearly describes over half of the objectives. Recognizes the audience. Lacked context and criteria. Vague objectives. Addresses no particular audience.
    Writing Style and Quality Presented excellent sentence structure, easy to follow, professional writing style, and concise. Excellent work! Good overall sentence structure, acceptable to follow, appropriate writing style. Over half of paper has solid sentence structure, acceptable to follow, appropriate writing style. Lacked sentence structure, difficult to follow, and inappropriate writing style.
    Content and Organization Presented excellent vocabulary, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and proofreading. Outstanding! Some errors with vocabulary, grammar, spelling and punctuation. Over half of paper has solid vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Lacked writing quality of a Baccalaureate level. Too many errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
    Cumulative points Exemplary 135 - 150 Points Meets Expectations 120 - 134 Points Developing 105 - 119 Points Novice 90 - 104 Points
    I have to submit the paper through turnitin

Tutor Answer

TeacherAli
School: University of Maryland

Attached.

Running header: ETHICS IN COMMUNICATION

1

Ethics in Communication
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliations
Course

ETHICS IN COMMUNICATION

2

Ethics in Communication
Abstract
Ethical communication differs from one perspective to the next. Communication
might be ethical or unethical depending on the situation at hand; this distinction is quite
crucial. Characterized by the need for quick, effective and ethical traits of this information
age, communication is constant. The benefits of incorporating ethics in communication are
shown in this study and its practical framework deployed extensively which gives possible
answers to how the world works today.
Table of Contents
ABSTRACT……………………………………………………………………………….2
IMPACT AND IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS IN COMMUNICATION…………………3
Introduction………………………………………………………………………..3
IMPACTS OF ETHICS IN COMMUNICATION………………………………………..3
Content Relevance towards Ethics and Communication………………………….3
Impacts on an Individual………………………………………………………......4
Impacts on the Society………………………….……………………….….……..5
IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS IN BUSINESS…………………………………………….6
DISCUSSION……………………………………………………………………………..7
Implication of Lessons Learned…………………………………………………...7
CONCLUSION…………………………………………………………………………....8
REFERENCES………………………………………………………………………….....9

ETHICS IN COMMUNICATION

3

Impact and Importance of Ethics in Communication
Introduction
Conceptually, ethical communication is a paradigm that compounds all information
that is logical, critical and relevant. The report must be characterized to be right in every
direction and sense, and must be associated with no deception at all cost. Unethical
communication can include biases, falsehood, withholding vital information, and giving
misleading information aimed for other gains. With every rising day, we indulge in a
discussion. Ethical communication must emulate good inclusion, corporate image, and
motivational will that is intended to make parties involved in communication understand the
gist of communicating (Tompkins, 2018). The approaches we deploy when communicating
affects the parties we engage and us; customers can, for instance, be maintained as a result of
effective and ethical communication and this will hence reflect in increasing revenue. The
customers can also be lost in the same vein when information is unethical. It is significant to
comprehend that communication is the face of any company. Constructive dialogue is the
vital component that must be on evaluation to be applied in every firm to avoid
misunderstandings that would otherwise lead to creating a negative attitude in the staff.
Impacts of Ethics in Communication
Content Relevance towards Ethics and Communication
The relevance of ethics in communication are vast; businesses have maintained
reputation through effective, quick and ethical communication (Arnett, Arneson & Bell,
2006). Persons have developed strong mutual relationships through ethical communications.
Societies have worked on and achieved common goals as a result of ethical and effective
communication. Individuals, Firms, and communities must communicate ethically. Any sign
of unethical communication relates to a negative face that indicates a lack of credibility in an
individual, company, and society. This is a vice that ethics and communication linked
together can outrun. With this in mind, we have to distinguish how to relate information with
the situation at hand. This is what the topic is trying to pass across as information will always
stand out to be constant.
Knowing what to say, where to say it, and how to say it is the primary concern of this
research topic. Communication ethics wantonly save us from the drama that may arise out of
unethical communication. Unethical communication has caused businesses to collapse.
Strong friendships have been concluded out of miscommunication. Nations have fallen out
due to unethical communication. The guidance acquired from critically governed behaviors
affects communication. Ethics are also primary ingredients of environmental factors. Collste
(2016) indicates that communication ethics presents a strategic view of dealing with the
moral good of any form in approaching human communication. It is vital that we connect
ethics and communications to grow as a society, as a company, and as an individual to
strengthen our dignity in the long run. This is important in every dimension when inve...

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