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Synthesis Essay
Communication is the key to excellence, and in our day to day lives, we communicate.
We think, we decide, and we develop relationships within and across the people around us. But
are we doing it all right? Do we speak morally, and act righteously? According to Doshi, 2019
ethical communication refers to communicating in a manner that is clear, concise, truthful and
responsible. Knowing how to balance between speaking and listening is a great aspect of ethical
communication. Moreover, being aware of the consequences of one’s behavior and being able to
acknowledge other point of views, and tolerate disagreement is important in this process of
communication.
Ethical communication can only be achieved if the people involve are responsible
thinkers, wise decision maker, and they have the will to develop relationships and communities
that involves contexts, cultures, channels and media. Ethical Communication also endorse
freedom of expression, diversity of perspective, and tolerance of dissent. Moreover, Ethical
communicators strive and understand the other party before they assess and respond to the
message.
Communicating with others may be easy at some point, but when we look into the deeper
connection of it, it has never been easy. As there are things that we talk about while trying not to
hurt others, but there will always be that one group, one person that will be affected by our
words. But, according to Foulger, 2019 by trying to minimize harms to others is already the core
of communication ethics. On the other hand, unethical communication has been used to support
greed and corruption, to bolster tyranny, and otherwise to foster oppression (Makau, 2019). It
threatens the quality of all communication and consequently the well-being of individuals and
the society.
In conclusion, Ethical communication revolves around being truthful, being concise,
being clear, and being responsible towards one’s opinion. However, unethical communication
jeopardizes the quality of all communication and the well-beings’ individuals in the society.
Maybe there are no actual ways on how to communicate properly but if take responsibility for
our actions and try to communicate with honesty, maybe in time, we can all be ethical
communicators.
References:
https://www.teamlewis.com/magazine/4-basic-principles-of-ethical-communications/
https://www.quora.com/profile/Davis-Foulger-1
https://edge.sagepub.com/system/files/77593_1.1ref.pdf

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Synthesis Essay Communication is the key to excellence, and in our day to day lives, we communicate. We think, we decide, and we develop relationships within and across the people around us. But are we doing it all right? Do we speak morally, and act righteously? According to Doshi, 2019 ethical communication refers to communicating in a manner that is clear, concise, truthful and responsible. Knowing how to balance between speaking and listening is a great aspect of ethical communication. Moreover, being aware of the consequences of one’s behavior and being able to acknowledge other point of views, and tolerate disagreement is important in this process of communication. Ethical communication can only be achieved if the people involve are responsible thinkers, wise decision maker, and they have the will to develop relationships and communities that involves contexts, cultures, channels and media. Ethical Communication also endorse freedom of expression, diversity of perspective, and tolerance of dissent. Moreover, Ethical communicators strive and understand the other party before they assess and respond to the message. Communicating with others may be easy at some point, but when we look into the deeper connection of it, it has never been easy. As there are things that we talk about while trying not to hurt others, but there will always be that one group, one person that will be affected by our words. But, according to Foulger, 2019 by trying to minimize harms to others is already the core of communication ethics. On the other hand, unethical communication has been used to support greed and corruption, to bolster tyranny, and otherwise to foster oppression (Makau, 2019). It threatens the quality of all communication and consequently the well-being of individuals and the society. In conclusion, Ethical communication revolves around being truthful, being concise, being clear, and being responsible towards one’s opinion. However, unethical communication jeopardizes the quality of all communication and the well-beings’ individuals in the society. Maybe there are no actual ways on how to communicate properly but if take responsibility for our actions and try to communicate with honesty, maybe in time, we can all be ethical communicators. References: https://www.teamlewis.com/magazine/4-basic-principles-of-ethical-communications/ https://www.quora.com/profile/Davis-Foulger-1 https://edge.sagepub.com/system/files/77593_1.1ref.pdf Name: Description: ...
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