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Éthique et relations publiques : pratiques, tensions et perspectives

Ethics and Public Relations: Practices, Tensions, and Perspectives

This issue of the Revue internationale de communication sociale et publique offers a wide view of the ethical questions that are the most likely to change the current practices of public relations and to allow it to adapt to the social and communicational context in which it is evolving. Whether it concerns the contemporary changes in public space along with the crumbling of the frontiers between information and communication, the frontiers of the private and the public, or the crumbling of the professionalization of communicators in their use of more-or-less implicit rules and norms, or the conciliation of the right to information, promotional imperatives, and the demands of transparency and truth in organizations, the issues around this topic are numerous.

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Dossier coordonné par :
Nadège Broustau, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada
Yanick Farmer, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada

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