Speakers’ ethical responsibility

Opinion / Ethics and Responsibility

Speakers’ ethical responsibility
Meradi Samir, Member, Manager, Algeria

Speakers have an ethical responsibility to use public speaking power to enhance the development and conduct of humanity in general.

A speaker has an ethical responsibility to use his or her public speaking power to enhance the
accepted goals of society. You probably live in the United States, a society that demands freedom of information in order that the citizenry may make fully informed decisions concerning
the conduct of the country. When a government official is intentionally untruthful in communicating with the people, that official’s public speaking behavior is both personally and socially unethical. On occasions when Americans have experienced blatant lying by their president, the people’s reaction, initially one of confusion, was eventually condemnatory. In a society such as the United States, citizens and elected officials must continually be sensitive to the right and the need for truthfulness in government communication.

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