ETHICS DISCUSSION: VISUALIZING INFORMATION (25 Points) INSTRUCTIONS: Read the in

ETHICS DISCUSSION: VISUALIZING INFORMATION (25 Points)
INSTRUCTIONS:
Read the information(titled “READING SELECTION”) on the first page of the document from the code of ethics at the American Institute of Graphic Arts and then visit the webpage linked on the second page of the document, “Misleading Graphs: Real Life Examples” at https://www.statisticshowto.com/probability-and-statistics/descriptive-statistics/misleading-graphs/. (If you are an auditory learner, you might prefer to visit the author’s linked YouTube video covering the information on the page.) Then, take a look at the four sample graphics I’ve pasted into the READING SELECTION document.
Write a 300-500 WORD, Your response should explore one or more of the suggested discussion questions: SUGGESTED DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:
1) What might be the result of conveying data in a misleading fashion: how might someone viewing a misleading chart be influenced to think or to act that would be different than if the chart was not misleading? Illustrate your discussion by referring to examples from Stephanie Glen’s article or by referring to one or more of the four sample graphics pasted into the READING SELECTION document.
2) What consequences should there be if a designer presents graphical information in a manner that is misleading? Under what situations do you think a person should be legally liable for visual misrepresentation of data?
3) Share an example of a situation where poorly presented graphical information (doesn’t have to be a chart specifically, just something visual) caused a misunderstanding or a problem for you personally or for someone close to you.
Support your position with specific details.
A FEW IMPORTANT NOTES:
* In your answers feel free to bring in examples, not only from the assigned reading, but also from books, movies, your own life, current events, or any other sources that seem pertinent to the discussion. I will be grading these assignments on the originality, clarity, and complexity of your ideas. Simply restating information from the reading selection is not adding value to the class’s understanding of this topic.

Referencc chapters 11, 12, and 13 and watch the TEDtalks: – https://www.ted.com

Referencc chapters 11, 12, and 13 and watch the TEDtalks:
– https://www.ted.com/talks/carla_harris_how_to_find_the_person_who_can_help_you_get_ahead_at_work/up-next
In about 10-12+ sentences, respond to the following: Using at least 2 concepts from any of the chapters 11, 12 or 13, discuss your thoughts about the Ted talk. Use BOLD typeface to highlight the concepts you are referencing (include the page number as well). Be sure to explain the concepts and how you are applying them in your response. Additionally, you can also include a discussion on how this Tedtalk could be useful for in the job you are working in now, your current educational tract (at HCC or another college), or in the field you are studying.
Create 2 open-ended questions that relate to either, your post, the talk, or the readings.

For this assignment, you are asked to inform your audience about a custom/tradit

For this assignment, you are asked to inform your audience about a custom/tradition, superstition, or symbol through description of the details that will acquaint your audience with the details, back-story or history, stages or steps, of the object, process, event or concept you choose to talk about. For example, you might actually demonstrate a certain tradition, such as making sugar skulls to honor the dead, or you could go into the history of this practice in Latin American cultures.
In choosing what custom/tradition, superstition, or symbol you will discuss, remember your audience and consider what they already know about your topic. You should focus your speech on what they might not know so that your speech will be truly informative. What can you teach us? Secondly, it is always best to start with yourself; so choose something you already know about/use/believe/do yourself or at least have an interest in learning more about. If you are interested and engaged in your topic it will go a long way in getting your audience to listen to you.
You must highlight this custom/tradition, superstition, or symbol with at least 2 visual or presentation aids to support your contentions for the usages you discuss. These visual representations might include: historical timelines or other information that provides more information about your topic; scenes of a tradition in action or a symbol in use, an actual example of a symbol; a demonstration of a custom or tradition in action, or a symbol in use; etc…These visual aids should be incorporated into the presentation itself (i.e., not be superfluous).
In order to effectively inform us on your topic, you will need to include at least 3 sources that help you to context your custom/tradition, superstition, or symbol and support your description. You may use web sources, as well as other textual sources (books, articles, online databases, etc…); just make sure that your web sources are legitimate and reputable. You might also include the testimony of experts on your topic, as well as the lay testimony of people who might provide personal information about their use, practice, or belief of your chosen custom/tradition, superstition, or symbol. Don’t overlook the power of other’s personal experiences as a way of informing us of the value and power of these cultural forms. Any outside sources you use or people you interview should be properly cited in the body of your speech and include Works Cited at the end.
SPEECH ORGANIZATION
You should have between 3-5 main points you develop for this speech. Consider what organizational pattern works best to lay out your ideas. (EX: A Chronological arrangement if you are showing us the development of a tradition/custom, superstition or symbol over time, or showing us the steps of a custom/tradition or use of a symbol. EX 2: A topical/categorical arrangement of the various contexts in which a symbol or superstition occurs. ECT…)
Organize your topic into a 4-6 minute speech, including time to demonstrate or show us your visual aids. .
A successful speech will have three components:
Introduction- brief; creates interest in the audience; previews your topic and main points you will tell us
Body- narrative that describes the custom/tradition, superstition, or symbol (longest section); 3-5 key points you want to highlight about your topic with relatively equal weight in terms of the development of your sub points and supporting material (examples, quotes, etc..)
Conclusion- summary of importance of your topic; what your audience should take away in terms of the main points you’ve developed to describe your custom/tradition, superstition, or symbol. And the overall significance we can gain in knowing more about this topic.
TIME LIMIT
You have 4-6 minutes. No more. No less. I am not a drill sergeant when it comes to time limits, however your speech will suffer some if it is dramatically under- or over-time. Moreover, I will ask you to stop or conclude any speech which is more than a minute over-time. Please be considerate of your classmates in properly rehearsing your speech to ensure it fits the time frame. Proper outlining will help this immensely.
OUTLINES
As stated in the syllabus, all speeches require an outline to be turned in before you speak. For this speech, you will create your own full sentence/phrase outline: complete with general purpose, specific purpose, thesis statement, introduction, body, conclusion, all transitions, and works cited. Organize your thoughts clearly by: developing an attention grabbing introduction; organizing your main points, and deciding what kind of visual representations and sources you’ll incorporate where; what transitions will work between main points; and how to sum up your main points and end with a strong closing statement.
OTHER GRADING CRITERIA
Speeches are graded according to their relative weight in the course.
In particular, your speech must be delivered EXTEMPORANEOUSLY.
This means it is: well rehearsed; using ONLY a few note cards or key words to move from one idea to the next; exact wording is chosen at the time of delivery. (You should not and WILL NOT use a full sentence outline or any kind of script to give your speech, because you will end up reading it.)
Other factors I will consider for this speech include:
Delivery- clear in terms of vocal rhythm, pattern, rate and volume; utilizing frequent eye contact with the audience; no distracting physical delivery (posture, movement); good use, in terms of timing and technique, of your object in the demonstration(s) and of any other visual representation(s) used to highlight the other use(s) you discuss.
Content-has a recognizable division among the main points you develop and their relative equal weight; a speech of description.
Organization-has a recognizable introduction, body (with 3-5 main ideas/sections) and conclusion
In terms of your use of 3 sources, you will be expected to cite them in your speech delivery, as well as listing them at the end of your outline in a Works Cited page. Just as you put other’s words in quotes in a paper, and tell your reader who said what, you should tell us who gave you your information, form where and make clear when something is not your own words.
You MUST have you 2 visual aids while delivering your speech and refer to/use them during the speech so the audience has a visual connection to what you describe. When you practice your speech, practice using/discussing your visual aids, in terms of your use and timing (as well your other bodily movements, gestures, emphases, and vocal expression) into your speech from the beginning. This is a FULL BODY experience. Just practicing the words in your head won’t be enough to feel comfortable, so say it OUT LOUD and with your WHOLE BODY engaged.
You MUST submit the outline before you begin speaking.
AND AGAIN, ONE FINAL NOTE…
Mistakes will be made, but the more prepared you are, the easier it will be for you to move on and get through your speech. Remember, everyone is at least a little nervous about doing this. If you have any problems, please come and talk to me about your speech.
Rubric
Informative Speech Rubric (1)

We need to do this assignment based on memo1 uploaded in the files. Topic: The

We need to do this assignment based on memo1 uploaded in the files.
Topic:
The employee works unrelated to the company during working hours or uses the company’s mutual relations and information to perform other work. Upon discovery, the company shall formulate relevant regulations and punishment measures. But there are questions about how to monitor it and whether to report it.
Introduction
Throughout this course, you as a communication researcher or practitioner will critically examine one or more moral problems that surface while working on a project in an organization. If you already have professional experience in communication, draw from the experience as much as possible while completing your assignment. The problem may be something that you currently face or that you have faced in the past. If you have no communication experience, think of your dream job as a communication professional. The problem could be something that you have heard others discuss or that you anticipate facing in the future.
Moral problems in any workplace can vary substantially, so the kind of moral problems on which your memo should focus requires some clarification. Your moral problems must relate to a communication research study or communication project. For example, they cannot focus on how an organization would address an employee’s experience with sexual harassment from a supervisor, but they could focus on how the organization would communicate with other employees if they were to find out about the incident and subsequently demand that senior management inform them about how the organization will respond. As another example, your moral problems could not relate to how an organization would respond to an employee discovered to have committed fraud, but it could focus on how the organization would communicate to the press, which has found out about the incident. Before you start your memo, you will have an opportunity to share with your instructor what kind of moral problem or problems you want to address, so that your instructor can provide feedback in case the scenario needs adjusting before you begin the memo.
Share your work’s key insights through a memo that you will build in four stages throughout the semester. Use not an academic but a business style.
Directions
Below is detail about this stage.
Revise the date of your memo and expand its body and references.
Limit this stage of your memo to a maximum of 2 pages with 1-inch margins, 12-point serif font, and double-spacing.
Incorporate your instructor’s feedback on the previous stages of your memo.
Continue to write the body of your memo by inserting the section title “The Approach.”
Use the past tense for this section.
Then pretend that you followed a specific process for critically examining the moral problem and use prose to answer the questions below. Do not merely restate the questions and provide their answers. Instead, ensure that the body has a narrative flow.
Who was involved in the process for critically examining the one or more moral problems? If you identify more than 5 people, discuss the 5 most important people only. Provide each person’s name, title, organization, and role in the process (i.e., in terms of being an ally, working team member, or content expert).
What steps did the team take to critically examine the one or more moral problems?
Throughout this section, provide sufficient support for your statements with (a) facts and (b) values from organizational overviews (e.g., an “About Us” page on a website) or codes of conduct (e.g., “Code of Ethics,” “Principles of Professional Practice,” or “Responsible Code of Conduct”) and professional codes of conduct.
When drawing from sources, provide citations in the body and a “References” appendix in accordance with APA.

· You will be writing a 5-paragraph essay in Harvard Style on one of the followi

· You will be writing a 5-paragraph essay in Harvard Style on one of the following topics:
1. Importance of diversity within a corporate environment.
2. Working remotely and its effect on workers’ mental health post Covid.
3. Impact of Corporate Responsibility on businesses in the 21st century.
· Your essay must include a clear thesis statement. This is the last sentence of the Introduction paragraph which clearly states the three ideas you will write about in your essay.
Formalities:
· Write 900 – 1000 words.
· Cover page, Index page, and References are excluded from the total wordcount.
• Prepare an Appendix page to follow the Reference page. Include at least two quotes, two paraphrases and two summaries. Include the original author’s work and then underneath it, write your paraphrase or summary
· Font: Arial 12,5 pts.
· Text alignment: Justified.
· The in-text References and the Bibliography in Harvard referencing style.
It assesses the following learning outcomes:
• Understand the differences between business and academic writing.
• Illustrate an awareness of how to apply principles of proper referencing, paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting other authors’ work.

For this assignment, you will create a guide you can share with your peers in th

For this assignment, you will create a guide you can share with your peers in this class. Your guide will be called “Five Ways to Create a Presentation to Remember.” Feel free to be creative as you build your guide. There are no right or wrong ideas to include in your guide, and this should be a reflection of what you have learned so far in Section 2 of the course.
Your guide should list five best practices with approximately a half-page description of each one. Be sure to justify each best practice, describing it using scholarly writing by including data, evidence, and supporting sources. In addition, be sure to display your professional writing skills by formatting your guide in a visually appealing way that your audience will enjoy and find easy to follow (APA format is not required for your guide, other than for the format of your sources). Please be sure to cite your sources within the guide that you create. Citations can be done unobtrusively (such as in a smaller font) with the design of your guide in mind.
Length: 2-3 pages, or one trifold brochure, or one visually appealing handout (be creative!)
References: At least 5 scholarly sources are required, with a minimum of 1 source supporting each best practice. Be sure to cite your sources within the guide itself in addition to a reference list.
Your guide should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.

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This is an object speech over a famous ACTOR OR TALK-SHOW HOST. It may help to t

This is an object speech over
a famous ACTOR OR TALK-SHOW HOST. It may help to think of this speech as a type of “bio”
speech on the topic of your choosing. You are required to have THREE (3) outside
sources for the speech and a reference sheet (bibliography) MUST accompany the outline. Your
bibliography must contain ACADEMIC or PROFESSIONAL sources. Online research is
restricted to officially sponsored websites (e.g., .org., .edu., .gov.) and academic databases. I will put further info in pdf. I will not recieve grade if my sources are not profssional or academic. It should just be a synopisis of Oprah’s life.

Assignment: Submit a one-page topic proposal for professor approval that lays o

Assignment: Submit a one-page topic proposal for professor approval that lays out the scope of the work for your Literature Review and Analysis assignment.
Your one-page topic proposal should be concise as well as a coherent summary of your proposed research. It must discuss your central issues or questions that you intend to address. It must also outline your intended general area of study within which your research falls, referring to the current state of knowledge and any recent debates on the topic.
Assignment Format:
Read this doc before you get started. Helpful information about what a literature review is and what the format should be Literature Review Explanation & Format.pdf
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Include a cover page with your name
Follow the APA style formatting
Double spaced
One-page proposal
Provide three main academic references
Properly cite your in-text sources and provide a works cited page