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www.prsa.org/ethics

Ethics Ethics for an Evolving Profession As the public relations profession evolves, so does the need for revised and refreshed ethical standards. The PRSA Code of Ethics is central to the ethical practice of public relations. Ethical concerns and dilemmas occur daily. Recognizing and acknowledging ethical issues as they arise is among the reasons the …

instituteforpr.org/ethics-and-public-relations

I review the evolution of public relations ethics, the current state of practice, and the thoughts of ethicists. Executive Summary. The central purpose of this article is to provide an overview of ethics in public relations. I review the evolution of public relations ethics, the current state of practice, and the thoughts of ethicists.

pagecentertraining.psu.edu/.../introduction-to-public-relations-ethics

Introduction to Public Relations Ethics Module 1/Lesson 1: Lesson Plan. Some would argue that public relations professionals are tasked with “doing the right thing.” But what is the right thing? The study of ethics helps identify the process public relations professionals use in order to make decisions about what course of action is the ...

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Values, Ethics and Moral Behavior. Codes of Ethics are based upon values. The PRSA Code of Ethics states fundamental public relations values are "advocacy, honesty, loyalty, professional development and objectivity structuring ethical practice and interaction with clients and the public."

www.amazon.com/Public-Relations-Ethics-Dick-Martin/dp/163157146X

Public Relations Ethics [Dick Martin, Donald K. Wright] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book represents a practical guide to ethical decision-making tailored specifically to the needs of those who practice and study public relations. It traces the development of ethical theory from ancient Greece through the works of Socrates

www.prsa.org/ethics/code-of-ethics

The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is committed to ethical practices. The level of public trust PRSA members seek, as we serve the public good, means we have taken on a special obligation to operate ethically.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_relations

Ethics. Public relations professionals both serve the public's interest and private interests of businesses, associations, non-profit organizations, and governments. This dual obligation gave rise to heated debates among scholars of the discipline and practitioners over its fundamental values.

www.slideshare.net/oreshetn/ethics-in-pr-11310284

Ethical standards in the industry‘Public relations people must adhere to a high standard ofprofessional ethics, with truth as the key determinant oftheir conduct.’ (Seitel, p.111)´Ethics in public relations really begins with the individual -and is directly related to his or her own value system aswell as to the good of society.

www.amazon.com/Public-Relations-Ethics-Practice-Without-ebook/dp/B018H5UKWC

A former practitioner in corporate, agency and pro sports public relations, he has a PhD from the University of Minnesota, is a past president of the International Public Relations Association, serves on the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Public Relations, and is a former trustee of the Arthur W. Page Society.

pagecentertraining.psu.edu/public-relations-ethics/introduction-to-public...

The consideration in virtue ethics is essentially “what makes a good person,” or, for the purpose of this discussion, “what makes a good public relations professional?” Virtue ethics require the decision-maker to understand what virtues are good for public relations and then decisions are made in light of those particular virtues.