Communication Ethics Moral Pr


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.

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.

Memo Directions

Include the following in your assignment: (a) heading, (b)      body, and (c) references.  

Limit this stage of your memo to a maximum of 400 words with      1-inch margins, 12-point serif font, and double-spacing. APA format.

Create your memo’s heading, which identifies who you want to      read the memo.  In particular:

At the top of your paper, write the name of the organization       in which the moral problem takes place.  It will serve as your       letterhead.

In the “TO” line, (a) name the decisionmaker in your organization (e.g., co-directors).  

In the “FR” line, ?You do not need to       write this part?.  

  1. In the “RE” line, give a brief name for the moral problem,       ensuring it explicitly connects with the rest of your memo.  
  2. Start the body of your memo by stating the purpose of the memo      in the context of your communication project.  Also write one or two      sentences that summarize the project, giving just enough detail to help      the reader understand the remainder of the memo.
  3. Next insert the section title “The Challenge.”

Use the present tense for this section.

  1. Then 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.

What does the organization need to decide?  Ensure the       decision relates to communication research or practice.  

What are the one or more moral problems?  

How are different stakeholders affected?  If you identify       more than 3 stakeholders, limit your analysis to the 3 most important       stakeholders.

  1. For each stakeholder, could this individual or group of people       voluntarily choose whether to be affected?
  2. 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.

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