About this Blog"Ethics in the News" provides a forum for students to compare and comment on media ethics reporting from various news sources. It seeks to critically evaluate events and their coverage as it explores ethical issues and concepts.
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Public Relations Presentation: Ethics in the News Group 6. Facebook Crisis Response Demonstrates Poor Public Relations
For Ethics in the News Presentation, we will be looking at the Facebook Whistleblower case. Through this case, we will identify ethical issues related to Public Relations on behalf of Facebook. To do this, we will educate the audience on … Continue reading
I do not think Busch Gardens was wrong by not immediately acting on the situation regarding ISIS and the props in the Halloween event. This type of event is a large event to plan and was most likely prepared for … Continue reading
While I can see where both sides are coming from in this case, I believe it is important to consider the time at which this was occurring. The â€œbattleâ€ of Googleâ€™s â€œfair use lawâ€ ended in 2013, a time in … Continue reading
Although I understand both sides of this argument, I believe that Toys ‘R Us should have removed the action figure sooner. Children and their parents are Toys ‘R Us’s target market. In order to maintain and attract customers, as a … Continue reading
I think the phrase â€œall press is good pressâ€ is only applicable when the â€œpressâ€ is beneficial to the company. For example, if â€œbad pressâ€ simply attracts attention to a company and potentially increases its profits, then the â€œbad pressâ€ … Continue reading