Consumers question PR pros’ integrity, United courts Gen Z with discounts, and KFC offers a ‘date’ with the Colonel

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Pull out a page from your crisis response handbooks to ensure that employees are in the loop from the beginning and that your messages are transparent, both internally and externally. Public opinion about the ethics underpinning media outlets and the morals of PR pros are perhaps linked. Though 95% of respondents said they were troubled by the current state of media, and many see a problem with the ethics of these industries.

Conducting historical interviews in a transparent age

PR Conversations

In particular this addresses ethical and practical challenges that arise when using the internet and social media within a research methodology. Ethical challenges arise as Saunders et al (2015) contend, from accessibility online of private as well as public information. Online visibility can conflict with ethical demands to ensure privacy, confidentiality and anonymity for research participants. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography, 63, 145-155.

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Conducting historical interviews in a transparent age

PR Conversations

In particular this addresses ethical and practical challenges that arise when using the internet and social media within a research methodology. Ethical challenges arise, as Saunders et al (2015) contend, from accessibility online of private as well as public information. Online visibility can conflict with ethical demands to ensure privacy, confidentiality and anonymity for research participants. Norsk geografisk tidsskrift-Norwegian journal of geography, 63, 145-155.

Conducting historical interviews in a transparent age

PR Conversations

In particular this addresses ethical and practical challenges that arise when using the internet and social media within a research methodology. Ethical challenges arise, as Saunders et al (2015) contend, from accessibility online of private as well as public information. Online visibility can conflict with ethical demands to ensure privacy, confidentiality and anonymity for research participants. Norsk geografisk tidsskrift-Norwegian journal of geography, 63, 145-155.

A critical review of Excellence Theory in an era of digital communication

Stephen Waddington

In a paper for the Journal of Public Relations Research[v] Michael Karlberg makes the case that the Excellence Theory is overly concerned with consumers as a primary audience. Shirley Leitch and David Neilson challenge the rigid nature of the Excellence Theory in a chapter written for the Handbook of Public Relations[vii]. Other challenges include ethics, power, propaganda and Western bias. Grunig; Prism Journal (2009).