The Problem of Conflict of Interest for Ethical Codes in the Modern Media: A Comparison and Contrast Analysis of Accountability, Transparency, Substantiation, and Fairness in the Ethical Codes of Advertising, Blogging, Journalism, and Public Relations Introduction: This ethics study will compare the ethical codes of accountability, transparency, substantiation, and fairness in the ethical codes of advertising, blogging, journalism, and public relations. The lower levels of ethical accountability in blogging are often very similar to those found in advertising, which rely on a more subjective format that entices public opinion and demographic orientation. However, journalism relies more heavily on objective information and the quest for the...The end:
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