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Ethics in Public Relations

Ethics in Public Relations

Ethics in public relations
Patricia A.CurtinLois A.Boynton

Few fields can invoke as much debate over ethics as can public relations. In Toxic Sludge Is Good for You, Stauber and Rampton (1995) labeled much public relations “contrived,” “undemocratic,” “manipulative,” “misleading,” and “phony.” That the book is in its third printing, however, might testify more to the vibrancy of the discussion about public relations ...

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