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Created by Dr. Lori DeWitt; adapted by Dr. Jennifer Cox

Created by Dr. Lori DeWitt; adapted by Dr. Jennifer Cox

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  • Copyright © 2010, 2006 Pearson Education, Inc.
  • Call me. Call me CALL ME!!!Copyright © 2010, 2006 Pearson Education, Inc.
  • Govindan, R., & Tangmunarunkit, H. (2002). USC/Information Sciences Institute
  • Shumate, M., & Dewitt, L. (2008). The North/South Divide in NGO hyperlink networks. Journal Of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13(2), 405-428. Image: Vanessa Vick/The New York Times/Redux
  • #1. Courtesy Am I treating others as I wish to be treated?#2. Context Is my message, tone, and format appropriate for this context?#3. Clarity Can this message be interpreted in ways that I do not intend?#4. Caution Can this message bring harm to myself or others?#5. Capital Does this message respect the capital (property, privacy, reputation, etc.) of others?#6. Ownership Am I willing to take ownership and responsibility for this message? DeWitt, L. (2011). Virtual ethics: Establishing and Teaching an Ethical Code for Mediated Communication. Shanghai, People’s Republic of China: China Science and Technology Press.