Need help with two questions. Please help!

As a manager for a large, multinational corporation, you travel around the world to different countries giving presentations and conducting meetings. You always try to include humor as an icebreaker. What potential barriers could you face when delivering your presentation in the United States, China, the United Kingdom, and India? Are you able to give the same presentation in all four locations? Why do you think this?

Is it possible for a communication to convey a message that is legal, but ethically wrong? Is it possible for a message to be ethical, but not legal? Explain your answers and provide an example.
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Anonymous User
Asked Nov 01, 2011
Jokes often don't translate well. I'd stick to comments like, "My, this is a beautiful place."

In areas of the world where freedom of speech exists, it's always possible to speak words that are legal, but ethically wrong. For example, jokes that are offensive to a particular race, religion or gender would fall into that category.

In areas where freedom of speech isn't allowed, it's possible for a message to be ethical, but not legal. If you took a soapbox to Tienanmen Square in the center of Beijing, China and made a speech on political freedom, you might make an ethical argument but it would be illegal.

Answered Nov 07, 2011
Edited Nov 07, 2011
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