A quantitative examination of ethical dilemmas in public relations

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 4 (1):53 – 67 (1989)
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This research examined ethical responses of public relations preprofessionals to dilemmas they may face later in their careers. Subjects were required to respond to a request for information ordered suppressed by their employer. Results support earlier findings that students expect personal moral?ethical values to override organizational concerns. Implications of the findings are discussed



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Don W. Stacks
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