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Ethics and Organizational Communication

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ISBN-10: 1572731192

ISBN-13: 9781572731196

Edition: N/A

Authors: Matthew W. Seeger, Gary Kreps

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This volume seeks to integrate divergent themes related to organizational communication ethics. It focuses on ethical equivocality, responsibility, accountability, privacy and employee rights, whistleblowing, advertising, organizational change, and leadership.
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List price: $22.95
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

Matthew W. Seeger is Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at Wayne State University. His research interests concern crisis and risk communication, crisis response and agency coordination, health communication, the role of media in crisis, crisis and communication ethics, failure of complex systems, and post-crisis renewal. He has worked closely with the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on communication and the anthrax attack and on communication and pandemic influenza preparedness. He is an affiliate of the National Center for Food Protection and Defense where he studies issues of food safety and recalls. His work has appeared in the Handbook of…    

Acknowledgments
Preface
Ethical Issues in Communication and Organizationp. 1
Modeling Organizations and Organizational Ethicsp. 21
Communication, Responsibility and Accountabilityp. 39
Privacy and Employee Rightsp. 59
Free Speech and Employee Voicep. 75
Ethics and Whistleblowingp. 89
Communication and Organizational Legitimacyp. 103
Communication and Organizational Responsibilityp. 119
Stakeholder Perspectivesp. 137
Ethics and Advertisingp. 149
Ethics Communication, and Organizational Changep. 163
Ethics and Organizational Leadershipp. 175
Making Ethics Part of the Organization's Agendap. 187
Referencesp. 201
Author Indexp. 217
Subject Indexp. 223
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