Abilene Christian University GEA Engineering Communication and Ethics Questions The Basics: This final #GEA related writing assignment contains 4 question

Abilene Christian University GEA Engineering Communication and Ethics Questions The Basics:

This final #GEA related writing assignment contains 4 questions, some with multiple parts. Answer each question thoughtfully, clearly, completely, and in good faith[1].

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Each question includes an approximate length.
Although your response may be longer, the length included is an approximation for how long your answer will be if you answer the question sufficiently.
Answers that are very short may not convey thoughtfulness and may be unclear or incomplete.
Answers can be complete and concise, or complete and verbose, which is why many questions include a range.
Each question asks you to reflect on engineering, communication, and/or ethics in some way, and are directly related to your thoughts, experiences, and observations. In this way, there are no right or wrong answers, just answers that are thoughtful, clear, complete, and offered in good faith.
All questions will be graded as sufficient/insufficient. Each question that appears to have been answered in good faith, thoughtfully, clearly, and completely, will earn a mark of “sufficient.” Answers that appear to have been given in bad faith (e.g., false information, unjustifiably contradicting statements, answers that convey hate, bigotry, or malice, ), that lack thoughtfulness or clarity, or that are otherwise incomplete will be marked “insufficient.”
Each question is listed on its own page.
While these questions are reflection-style questions, you are expected to write in a clear and professional manner that reflects respect and consideration for your readers. You are expected to review, revise, and edit your work before you submit it for review. That’s a Wrap!: #GEA Reflections
The Basics:
This final #GEA related writing assignment contains 4 questions, some with multiple parts.
Answer each question thoughtfully, clearly, completely, and in good faith1.
• Each question includes an approximate length.
o Although your response may be longer, the length included is an approximation
for how long your answer will be if you answer the question sufficiently.
o Answers that are very short may not convey thoughtfulness and may be unclear
or incomplete.
o Answers can be complete and concise, or complete and verbose, which is why
many questions include a range.
• Each question asks you to reflect on engineering, communication, and/or ethics in some
way, and are directly related to your thoughts, experiences, and observations. In this
way, there are no right or wrong answers, just answers that are thoughtful, clear,
complete, and offered in good faith.
• All questions will be graded as sufficient/insufficient. Each question that appears to have
been answered in good faith, thoughtfully, clearly, and completely, will earn a mark of
“sufficient.” Answers that appear to have been given in bad faith (e.g., false information,
unjustifiably contradicting statements, answers that convey hate, bigotry, or malice,
etc.), that lack thoughtfulness or clarity, or that are otherwise incomplete will be
marked “insufficient.”
• Each question is listed on its own page.
• While these questions are reflection-style questions, you are expected to write in a clear
and professional manner that reflects respect and consideration for your readers. You
are expected to review, revise, and edit your work before you submit it for review.
Completion and Submission
• Download this document and include your answers in the text boxes provided for you.
• Save the document using the “Save As” option in Word and:
o add your last name to the end of the file name
o save as a PDF file
• Upload your PDF file to the Canvas assignment by Friday, April 24, before 11:59 PM.
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For our purposes here, “good faith” can be understood to mean that you answered with sincerity, honesty,
integrity, care, and fairness.
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Question 1: Your thoughts and hypothetical impacts.
a.
Discuss your thoughts on the microplastics problem and how it is being addressed globally, nationally,
and locally. (~1 paragraph)
b.
Hypothetically, what kind of impact(s) do you hope your team’s proposed solution would make on the
Tampa Bay area? On the world? (~1 paragraph)
c.
What specific economic impacts do you believe your team’s proposed solution would have on the
Tampa Bay area? On the world? (~1 paragraph)
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Question 2: Ethical and communication-related responsibilities.
a.
What are your ethical responsibilities as an engineer? (~1-2 paragraphs)
b.
What are your communication responsibilities as an engineer? (~2-3 paragraphs) Be sure to
include the following as part of your response:
• Who must you communicate with? Why?
• What kinds of information are you responsible for communicating? How? Why?
• What ethical considerations do you face with each audience and each type of
information?
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Question 3: COVID-19 and Communication
a.
COVID-19 and the global pandemic has disrupted lives and societies throughout the world. Discuss 1
specific local (be sure to define what “local” is to you) and 1 specific global communication issue or
problem you have noticed related to COVID-19 and/or the pandemic, and provide links or a screenshot
that illustrates the issues/problems (e.g., links to a news articles, videos, etc., or screenshots of
headlines, graphs, etc. that illustrates the issues/problems you are pointing to). Be sure to include the
following as part of your response:
• Is the communication ethical? Why or why not?
• What are/have been/might be the consequences of the issue/problem?
a. 1 Local Communication Issue or Problem (~1-2 paragraphs)
[define what “local” is to you, e.g. where in the US or world you are observing and experiencing local
communication and COVID-19 related issues]
b.
c.
1 Global Communication Issue or Problem (~1-2 paragraphs)
What specific changes would you make to help remedy the issues/problems? Be specific and include
specific examples. (~1-2 paragraphs)
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Question 4: The Future
a.
At the completion of your undergraduate studies, you will be inducted into a field that prides itself on
high moral standards and service toward the pubic good. This includes ethical communication.

How have your experiences this semester impacted your understanding about what
“communication” means and how it relates to and impacts your role as an engineer? (~2-4
paragraphs)
o Explore this at the various levels you have been asked to communicate at or consider
throughout the semester, including your own communication style and preferences.
o Include considerations for cultural and interpersonal differences in communication
styles, preferences, and expectations.
o Be sure to specifically address ethics, and Include your experiences/thoughts from
Engineering Economics as well as the COVID-19 related issues you discussed in
Question 3.
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