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Reflection: Business Writing Portfolio Part III
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Running head: REFLECTION: BUSINESS WRITING PORTFOLIO PART III

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Reflection: Business Writing Portfolio Part III
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Running head: REFLECTION: BUSINESS WRITING PORTFOLIO PART III

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  1. 1. Running head: REFLECTION: BUSINESS WRITING PORTFOLIO PART III Reflection: Business Writing Portfolio Part III Edward Charfauros Business Communications/COM285 August 9, 2011 Joyce Harada 1
  2. 2. Running head: REFLECTION: BUSINESS WRITING PORTFOLIO PART III 2 Reflection: Business Writing Portfolio Part III The business writing within this assignment communicated with several individual groups. In many cases it is necessary to project negative subject matters into positive bullets to ease the reader into comfortably accepting the facts. Academic Writing Objective In any case in academic writing the objective is to take a position to state facts in support of the position to argue a point of view. Academic writing emphasizes the importance in taking a position using clear, concise, and correct relevant literature to retain the reader’s attention. The argumentative position should communicate a case to conclude with positive persuasion resulting in winning over readers to side with the writer or writers. Communicating The Facts In case studies, gathering information for analysis and applying academic theories toward the information collection is the only point of view I considered in the past academically. This is my first exposure communicating factual information three different ways among three different stakeholder groups. Reflection Conclusion I believe morally positive about the facts communicated among the stakeholders for greater long-term benefit. I have a duty to present ethically truthful facts from the deontological ethical perspective. I believe in the importance in remaining truthful continually beyond myself, especially when involving myself in public relations. I feel; however, I am traveling on the correct moral path when my presentation possesses facts and not lies.
  3. 3. Running head: REFLECTION: BUSINESS WRITING PORTFOLIO PART III 3 References Locker, K. O., Kienzler, D. S. (2008). Business and Administrative Communication: Eighth Edition. Published by McGraw-Hill/Irwin, a business unit of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-07-352503-7. MHID: 0-07-352503-0. Locker, K. O., Kienzler, D. S. (2008). Business and Administrative Communication: Eighth Edition. Published by McGraw-Hill/Irwin, a business unit of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-07-352503-7. MHID: 0-07-352503-0.

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