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Chapter 2 Quiz
Introductory
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Question 1
A(n) ______ is a set of principles that people hold themselves to or that are held by
organizations or groups.
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Question 2
Defining Ethics, p. 18
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code of ethics
Correct
code of honor
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ethical perspective
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persuasive tactic
Incorrect
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______ is the ability to commit to doing what is right no matter the situation.
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Defining Ethics, p. 18
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Dedication
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Drive
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Devotion
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Morale
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Question 3
There are two abilities that you must have to properly understand ethics. The first is the
______, and the second ability is ______.
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Defining Ethics, p. 18
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ability to discern; concentration
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ability to visualize; devotion
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ability to distinguish; dedication
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ability to judge; dedication
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Question 4
“We advocate truthfulness, accuracy, honesty, and reason as essential to the integrity of
communication.” This is a commitment that would most likely be found in a(n) ______.
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Defining Ethics, pp. 18-19
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mission statement
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code of ethics
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code of conduct
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employee handbook
Incorrect
Question 5
________ are beliefs and attitudes we have that can actually conflict with our ethical
decisions.
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Defining Ethics, p. 20
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Morals
Incorrect
Principles
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Virtues
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Values
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Question 6
________ value truthful information. They want to help others make the best choice based
on fair and accurate information.
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Question 7
Defining Ethics, p. 20
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Moral crusaders
Incorrect
Ethical persuaders
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Politicians
Incorrect
Unethical persuaders
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According to the text, what undermines persuasion and communication?
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Question 8
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Defining Ethics, p. 20
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Facts
Incorrect
Lying
Correct
Storytelling
Incorrect
Emotion
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Jim, who is married, has a crush on a co-worker. He invites her out for a drink after work
one day, and gets home later than usual. He tells his wife he was “out for drinks with people
from work.” Jim has not told his wife the whole truth. Someone who only knew Jim from this
one anecdote might characterize him as a(n) ________.
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Defining Ethics, p. 20
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aggressive communicator
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ethical persuader
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unethical persuader
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passive communicator
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Question 9
________ is the degree to which others can depend on us. Like reputation, it can take a
lifetime to build and only seconds to destroy.
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Defining Ethics, p. 21
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Likability
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Persuasiveness
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Reliability
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Eloquence
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Question 10
________ are the true reasons for our actions when we have something to lose or gain as a
result.
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Question 11
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Defining Ethics, p. 21
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Motives
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Schemes
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Plans
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Ruses
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Amanda’s parents are going through a trial separation. She doesn’t want them get divorced,
so she tells them both she wants to try a new restaurant and asks them to join her.
However, her real goal is to get them in the same room so they can talk. Amanda could be
described as having a ________.
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Question 12
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delusion
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ruse
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gimmick
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motive
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What does philosopher Carl Wellman assert about the use of an ethical system?
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Defining Ethics, p. 21
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Question 13
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Defining Ethics, p. 22
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An ethical system is not necessary in order for one to choose and
act rationally, but incredibly helpful.
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An ethical system is all one needs in order to solve all practical
problems.
Incorrect
An ethical system does not solve all one’s practical problems, but
one cannot choose and act rationally without some explicit or
implicit ethical system.
Correct
An ethical system will tell one what to do in any given situation and
is therefore invaluable.
Incorrect
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Why is it often challenging to stay on top of ethics when engaging in persuasion?
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Question 14
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Ethical Considerations, p. 23
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because many times you don’t recognize when you’re engaging in
persuasion or when you’re being persuaded.
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because unethical persuasion tactics are usually more convincing
Incorrect
because emotions often get in the way of ethics when using
persuasion
Incorrect
because ethics generally don’t apply to most persuasive
encounters
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________ are exchanges of messages about a particular topic using email, blog spaces,
and other electronic tools to encourage participation that will hopefully lead to new ideas,
planning, and sound decision making.
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Question 15
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Ethical Considerations, p. 25
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E-meetings
Incorrect
Email roundtables
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Email dialogues
Correct
Virtual debates
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Molly has just read a controversial political article online. She has been scrolling through
other readers’ responses and is getting more and more agitated. She decides to comment
on the article as well, and soon finds herself in a heated exchange, in which she writes
some nasty things. Molly is engaging in __________.
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Ethical Considerations, pp. 25-26
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Question 16
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electronic aggression
Correct
cyber bullying
Incorrect
political debate
Incorrect
online persuasion
Incorrect
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What is the downfall of new media as it relates to ethical communication?
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Question 17
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Ethical Considerations, p. 26
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It is too impersonal.
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Technology “glitches” irritate people and put them in a bad mood,
making them more likely to respond to others in an unkind way.
Incorrect
You never know who you are actually communicating with, since
you can’t physically see or hear them.
Incorrect
People often don’t take the time to think before they “speak” or hit
Send.
Correct
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________ includes the elements of fulfilling duties and obligations, of being accountable to
other individuals and groups, of adhering to agreed-upon standards, and of being
accountable to one’s own conscience.
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Ethical Responsibility, p. 27
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Reliability
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Responsibility
Correct
Morality
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Charisma
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Question 18
According to the text, what is the ethical responsibility of someone who receives a
message?
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Ethical Responsibility, p. 27
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to read the message immediately in case it contains important or
time-sensitive information
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to relay the message to as many people as possible
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to check the credibility of the sender and, if the sender is being
unethical, take appropriate action
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to ensure it doesn’t end up in the wrong hands
Question 19
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Why is it nearly impossible to monitor ethics in a political campaign?
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Ethical Responsibility, p. 28
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because political campaigns exist outside the realm of ethics
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because the media does everything they can to protect the ethical
integrity of the candidates
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because the federal government enforces strict laws about
monitoring certain aspects of political campaigns
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because campaigns use so many types of communication and so
many different communicators
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Question 20
Which of the following should you be mindful of when adapting your persuasive message to
your audience?
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Ethical Responsibility, p. 28
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their spiritual perspective
Correct
what you can say to win their favor
Incorrect
their physical attributes
Incorrect
your own educational background
Incorrect
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Question 21
Which ethical perspective examines the relationship between us as humans and a higher
power?
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Some Ethical Perspectives, p. 30
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human nature perspective
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religious perspective
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dialogical perspective
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dogmatic perspective
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Question 22
The ________ states that we have an ability to judge, to reason, and to comprehend that
far exceeds that of any other species.
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Some Ethical Perspectives, pp. 30–31
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religious perspective
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human nature perspective
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dialogical perspective
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situational perspective
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Question 23
________ emerge from current scholarship on the nature of communication as dialogue
rather than as monologue.
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Question 24
Some Ethical Perspectives, p. 31
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Dialogical perspectives
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Interpersonal perspectives
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Situational perspectives
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Conversational perspectives
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What is the difference between a monologue and a dialogue?
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Some Ethical Perspectives, p. 31
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A monologue is persuasive, whereas a dialogue is informative.
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A monologue is an unethical form of persuasion, whereas a
dialogue is an ethical form of persuasion.
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A monologue is a performance or speech that involves at least two
people, whereas a dialogue is a conversation one has internally
with him or herself.
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A monologue is the performance or speech of one person, whereas Correct
a dialogue is a conversation that occurs between two people.
Question 25
Which ethical perspective examines every situation that we encounter related to
persuasion?
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Some Ethical Perspectives, p. 32
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the dialogical perspective
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the situational perspective
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the religious perspective
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the human nature perspective
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