ADPR3510 Ch 5.ppt

ADPR3510 Ch 5.ppt - Understanding what participants are...

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Chapter 5 Ethical Concerns in (c) Guilford Press, 11
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Public Relations Ethical Codes (c) Guilford Press, 22 Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) International Public Relations Association (IPRA) Arthur W. Page Society What is missing?
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Research Codes (c) Guilford Press, 33 American Psychological Association Federal “human subject” guidelines Agreement to participate Ability to withdraw without penalty
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Unformatted text preview: Understanding what participants are getting into No harmpsychologically or physically must come to participants Ethical Best Practices for Public Relations Researchers (c) Guilford Press, 44 Treat people as you would like to be treated Keep your commitment to confidentiality and anonymity of responses Report what you find, not what you would like to have found, even when it is not what was expected...
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