The need to communicate with people is paramount as long as individuals exist. In the modern day society, conversation methods have advanced from complex means to simple and faster communication ones. People interact from far distances for business, families, education, and even working purposes. Thus, there is the need for constant communication between them across distances. It is commonly done through e-mails, social networks like Facebook using contemporary technology. Ethics in monitoring depicts the outcome. If the monitoring process is biased or inaccurate, there are serious implications. Therefore, maintaining high ethics is vital for the continued relationship in communication and monitoring.
1. Are the ethics governing good communications?
Communication through e-mails and social networks explores conceptual, ethical, and policy issues where technology intersects with society from different disciplinary perspectives to promote the common good (Breit, 2011). It is right that both parties share needed information openly, accurately, and without offending the recipient. Moreover, one should use moderate language that does not discriminate, exaggerate or that alters right data.
2. What are the effects of communication ethics in the modern world?
Proper communication ethics in say, promotes business growth across nations. Buying and selling through e-mail conversations avail goods and services to reach the clients faster and effectively. Social networks link individuals to job opportunities, scholarships among others. Social interactions developed through these channels promote global interaction and embracing different cultures (Tavani, 2011). Communication ethics helps in building trust amongst participants to enhance a better relationship. Conversation etiquette is applicable to all forms of communication that comprise verbal, written, and digital ones. Ethics also enhances credibility and improves decision-making process for the parties involved.
3. What are the emerging trends in communication?
With improved technology, many devices have emerged with advanced features that are simpler to use. People can now access their e-mails from their phone handsets among others (Hasan, 2014). In monitoring, smaller devices have evolved covering quality images and capturing real-time events and occurrences. Affordable environmental sensors are highly used in monitoring communication.
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