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Jean Goodwin, Michael F. Dahlstrom, and Susanna Priest

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The fields of science, technology, and technical communication are increasingly international and global in nature; thus, people working in these fields must learn to effectively and ethically communicate with people from other countries and cultures. This paper explores the ethics behind teaching global communication to science and professional communication students, and preparing them for such interactions.

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https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-38

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Ethical Implications of Global Scientific Communication: Exploring Classroom Practices in Technical Communication Courses

The fields of science, technology, and technical communication are increasingly international and global in nature; thus, people working in these fields must learn to effectively and ethically communicate with people from other countries and cultures. This paper explores the ethics behind teaching global communication to science and professional communication students, and preparing them for such interactions.

 

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