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3. What makes these scholarly articles? How current is their information? How quickly does information in this topic change? How can you tell if a source is reliable or credible?
Weegy: As scholars and practitioners have endeavored to develop computer-based tools that foster effective communication and collaboration in groups, anonymity has played a key role. [ [ Anonymity purportedly minimizes status differences, liberates team members from a fear of retribution, and makes members feel more comfortable contributing to discussions. Yet these benefits may be outweighed by the impact of anonymity on receiver perceptions and behavior. Two competing hypotheses, drawn from adaptive structuration theory, were tested in this study to determine the impact of anonymity on receiver perceptions of sources and messages in computer-mediated group communication. The results of the multilevel models offer evidence in support of the discounting hypothesis and suggest that anonymity provided by electronic meeting systems may undermine source credibility and influence. ............. ] ] (More)
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what did you learn from the ethical lens imventory?
Weegy: The Ethical Lens Inventory? (ELI) is a personal evaluation tool designed to help students understand the values that influence their choices. It identifies how they prioritize values when making ethical decisions. [ [ By understanding what values are most important to them and what values are most important to the other parties involved in an ethical situation, they can minimize unnecessary conflict, make better ethical decisions, and live their values with confidence and integrity. HOW THE ELI WORKS The ELI consists of 36 pairs of statements or words. Your students will be asked to choose the statement or word that represents what values are most important to them or how they would act in a specific situation. No answer is right or wrong ? either is perfectly legitimate. After students complete the inventory, they will get a print-out that describes their preferred lens. At that time they can explore some of the other available resources, which will deepen their knowledge of ethics and strategies for effective decision making. ] ] (More)
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what did you learn from the ethical lens inventory?
Weegy: As humans we all have a set of core values that we apply when resolving ethical conflict, [ understanding others as well as our own decision making strategies allows us to respect each others point of view better. Ethical Lens Inventory is used as way to identify what values are more important to you as an individual and what their challenges and strengths are. The inventory allows you to see ethical issues clearly and learn how to resolve them better. Being aware that people have different priorities and different values helps to respects each other’s point of views. My personal preferred lens is Rights/responsibility and results lens. Rights/Responsibility Lens is for people who think thoroughly through a problem and options before taking action and choosing a decision-making strategy. The symbol for this lens is the Telescope. On a telescope you look beyond what is at your reach to determine what to do. The strength of this lens is considering all the options possible leading to a stronger decision making strategy for others and your self. Its weakness is over analyzing to find a solution and making it time consuming. Also when there are so many options in hand it can become overwhelming to choose one. ] (More)
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Describe your moral compass.
Weegy: Each of us has a moral compass. This compass guides and centers our decisions. In public our moral compass is clear and accurate. But at times when no one is looking we tend to stray off our path. [ What we know to be wrong suddenly becomes acceptable, without the world’s scrutiny. Can you honestly say that person you are at work, or with friends, is the person who you see in the mirror each day? If your friends were asked to describe your personality, would their depiction of you match yours? Or are you two different people? Do you wear a mask out in public, but once home do you shed your alter ego? Who are you when no one is watching? If we are true to who we are, our moral compass will never waiver. If it your inclination to deceive, cause harm and think negatively, then without fail, your compass will steer you in that direction. And while you may feel extraordinary in that moment for getting away with it, you need to know one thing, what you expel into the universe always comes back to you. ] (More)
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