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Bailey and People's Ch. 2 Notes

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Bailey and People's Ch. 2 Notes GEO 102

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Main points of chapter 2
Cindy Hanson
Class Notes
oral, communication, 102, geo102, speech




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kirsten Notetaker on Saturday September 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GEO 102 at California State University - San Marcos taught by Cindy Hanson in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Speech in Oral Communication at California State University - San Marcos.


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Date Created: 09/10/16
ethics: principles that govern peoples actions or as habitual moral behavior  ethos: greek root word for word “ethics”, means character and habit    rules to public speaking:  ­ dont make up quotes or facts  ­ give credit to the right people that you got the info from  ­ make sure you give the right information  ­ dont try to just make it up without support    just because the speech sounds good, does not mean it is ethically good  could harm someone or yourself if you give an unethical speech    ethics and effectiveness: the nicer and more considerate and ethical speaker that you are, the  more people will understand and believe you    deceptive speech:  ­ biased  ­ poorly reasoned  ­ usually done for selfish reasons  ­ socially acceptable white lies: avoids hurting feelings  ­ 3 distinct draw backs for speaker and audience relationship   1. audiences may believe what you are saying and act on them  2. may make you lose credibility   3. basically if you lie in public speaking class, then you will be a liar in real life    inappropriately biased speech:  ­ bias: your own personal perspective   ­ in order to avoid bias in speech, provide multiple positions in which the audience will be  able to make up their mind and choose for their own  ­ advocacy: basically used to persuade the audience to believe or act on your perspectives  while still giving all the information (pros & cons) that they need  ­ rules to non­bias speech:  1. respects the intelligence of audience  2. shows other positions, not just own perspective   3. provides other sources to help with decision    poorly reasoned speech:  ­ claims without any support (no data, expert opinion, or studies to back up argument)  ­ claims with weak support (support is small & lowkey biased)  ­ claims with inappropriate support (providing support that doesnt go with your argument)    7 principles of ethical public speaking:  1. be honest  ○ more complete info, more honest about topic  ○ even if it makes your argument look bad, still do it  2. be open  ○   3. be generous  4. be balanced  5. represent evidence responsibly  6. take appropriate risks  7. choose engagements 


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