Lecture 05 Ethics
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Lecture 05 Ethics

Course Number: PUBLIC POL 101, Spring 2011

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Ethics: The Critical Criteria in Public Relations Public Relations Management 1 Ethics and Morality Ethics is doing the right thing Following a specific set of rules Morality is doing the right thing when no one is watching Following a set of principles or a code of personal conduct Public Relations Management 2 Where do Ethics come from? Family Community Culture Religion Education Experience...

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