Review: Business And The Culture Of Ethics
Quentin Langley's latest book reads like a thrilling university seminar: it asks the questions, and leaves the students to explore their thinking and reach for satisfactory answers.
My doctoral diary: Philosophy and public relations
Being aware of philosophical views advances theorising in PR research and reinforces PR practice, argues Miriam Pelusi.
Time for Trusted Comms
'Trusted, ethical communications practice is critical to drive the behaviour change needed to meet decarbonisation targets.' Sarah Purcell asserts the value of construction communication.
Briefing: professional ethics
We draw on professional codes and the academic literature to provide an overview of ethics in public relations.
Ethics and the use of fear in crisis communication
Dealing with any crisis presents ethical choices to be made, argues Chris Tucker. Evoking fear is effective, but is it acceptable?
My doctoral diary (part three)
'A doctoral thesis is a fine piece of intellectual embroidery which requires clear and logical thinking.' Miriam Pelusi updates us on her PhD research into the ethics of dialogue.
Review: Truth Be Told
'This is an important book published at an opportune moment.' Richard Bailey reviews Truth Be Told.
Review: Public Relations Ethics
We review the latest book from prolific public relations authors Trevor Morris and Simon Goldsworthy.
The ethics of social media
The risk-benefit analysis of relying on social media in public sector comms needs careful thought, argues Connie Primmer.
Rowing against the tide
Richard Bailey challenges orthodox thinking around ethics, conscience and CSR.
On reflection: global ethical principles
Dr Kevin Ruck and Dr Heather Yaxley welcome the new global principles of ethical practice, but have some questions about their real world impact.
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