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Tag Archives: Ethics
Now I’ve been blogging for about 3 months or so and I’ve racked up a ‘massive’ 60+ articles – seriously. I’m getting a steady stream of views, some comments and people are actually Googling for my blog – scary! So … Continue reading
I was reading this Paul Holmes’ piece in the Holmes Report in which he argues that everyone, no matter how distasteful, or morally repugnant their position, has a right to conduct public relations and advocacy campaigns. “Far better to engage, … Continue reading
This week I represented MEPRA at the Zayed University’s GlobCom conference and presented to a group of international students, this is my presentation and the video from the event. Let me know your thoughts! View the presentation at SlideShare: http://slidesha.re/KB2YDI
This is another excellent interview on PR ethics and well worth watching. Key points Greenwashing, astroturfing, publicity stunts by public officials to make them look ‘normal’ and using +size models on magazines to hide the fact the fashion industry hasn’t … Continue reading
This is number 4 of a series of observations following a study of ethical, moral and codified guidance provided by a variety of respected Public Relations Associations from the United States, Europe and the Middle East. It might further be … Continue reading