I will pay for the following article Interpersonal Communication And Ethical Choices. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. I told her that so many things were transpiring in my life and, my mind was stressed. She said she did not care about my problems but the house. I got mad and spoke certain words to her that I probably should not have said, including “I hate you.” rarely do I use the word “hate” as it sounds so offensive. No further explanation could make my mother understand me because I should not have said it from the beginning.
One of the branches of philosophy is ethics, and it focuses on the code of conduct and moral principles. Ethical issues revolve around what is right and wrong. Because interpersonal communication affects others and it is irreversible, it has ethical implications. The notion of choice best determines whether the communication is ethical or unethical. The assumption is that making individual choices is a right. Interpersonal communication is ethical when it facilitates an individual’s freedom of choice by presenting the individual with accurate information. Communication is unethical when it interferes with the freedom of choice by preventing the individual from securing relevant information to the choices he will make. For instance, I once fired off a classmate who asked for assistance in some question following an argument I had with my teacher prior to that. I realized my communication was unethical.
Plagiarism is the best term I have learned so far in communication. It means passing off someone else’s ideas as your own. I once got into trouble with my teacher after I copy pasted an assignment directly from an internet source. This happened during my first days in college. I had never known what plagiarism is. I explained to my teacher and luckily, she understood my point and ordered me to redo the assignment. From then onwards I have never plagiarized any piece of work.