COM470 Communication ethics

Read Chapter Six and J. Jeffery Auer, “The Political Speechwriter” and answer the following questions (200 to 300 words each):
1. According to the textbook: “To say that the end does not always justify the means is different than saying that ends never justify the means” (p. 101). Do you support this claim? Provide an ethical issue related to communication that illustrates your position.
2. Review the section in the textbook that considers “The Ethics of Lying” (pp. 102—106). Describe your position on this question and use the information in this section to support your response.
3. Read Auer and review the section of the textbook that looks at “Ethics and Ghostwriting.” Based on the readings, what ethical concerns do you have with political leaders who use speechwriters and what guidelines should be followed to promote ethical outcomes in political speeches.
4. Review the textbook’s discussion of “Ethical Responsibilities of Receivers.” In a world dominated by social media interaction, is this section still relevant? How might it need to be updated to acknowledge the communication practices that many people follow in social media relationships?I DON’T HAVE ACCESS TO THE BOOK. YOU CAN FIND IT ONLINE OR USE OTHER RESOURCES