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    This lesson we are talking about ethical speechmaking. Your book states that, "Plagiarism is one of the most common violations of speech ethics" (Beebe and Beebe 51). What common mistakes do students use that can lead to plagiarism? What steps can you take as a speaker to ensure you are practicing ethical speechmaking?

    Please respond using 150 words or more.

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    Hello;

    My name is Jason Blair and it is my pleasure to assist you today with some notes related to ethical speechmaking. By way of introduction, I am a professor in Arizona.

    To be clear, speechmaking is a form of scholarly and academic writing. As such, proper citations are required, just as they would be in a Master's thesis. The problem is that such a citation is often difficult to do in a speech because it it can make the verbal component sound ...

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    Plagiarism is one of the most common violations of speech ethics" (Beebe and Beebe 51). What common mistakes do students use that can lead to plagiarism? What steps can you take as a speaker to ensure you are practicing ethical speechmaking? 150 words of notes

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