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Introduction to Corporate Communication
Report: Ethics in Communication
Ethics in Communications was used is to balance the normative ideal of free speech with normative freedom of listening, watching, and sensing by a variety of ways.
For example, there are five unethical uses of computers that people are exposed to it every day such as pornography, cyber-bullying, plagiarism, cheating and identity theft. People use these five unethical methods of uses to write their freedom knowledge on their website, blog, page, Twitter, Facebook and others.
While exceeding the freedom of speech, these five uses is a bad way in the long run. Unethical communications threatens the quality of communication and consequently the well-being of individuals and the society in which we live.
Finally, people need to have a guideline when to give the normative ideal of free speech to the society so that there is no pornography, cyber-bullying, plagiarism, cheating and identity theft on the information that there are giving.
What is communication? In true definition it is define as being an act or a method of conveying or transmitting knowledge, information, messages, ideas, or fact by using verbal or non-verbal communication. But today’s communications are more concentrated on the media especially social media. The social media are fulfilled with unethical moral values which are deception, blackmail, misinformation, lies, fabrications, gossips, backbiting, cheating and more. In the worldview of Islam, there are different because is one of God’s gift to human beings. It is used as a trust from God to promote ethical moral values such as truth, justice, mutual understanding, social harmony and much more.
Sometimes, there is ethical about giving the freedom speech to the society. Based on NCA’s Credo for ethical view, there is truthfulness, accuracy, honesty and reasons are essential to the integrity of...
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