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Advertisers and their agencies are required to make many difficult moral choices, and it is not always easy to know how to make these decisions. Whatever choices advertisers make, there is no scarcity of third parties (e.g., public interest groups, the Federal Trade Commission, competitors, media commentators) to criticize and/or second guess. Thus, research on advertising ethics has the potential to assist managers and public policy makers as they make very difficult choices about communicating with their respective publics. One approach for understanding advertising ethics is to identify advertising practices (e.g., ...
There are several forms of crime that are tantamount to instability in society. Solicited crime satisfies a demand; supplier and consumer engage in it voluntarily. Examples are the sale and use of drugs, gambling, and (unforced) prostitution. Unsolicited crime makes unwilling victims, and can take two forms. Direct crime, such as robbery, rape, and murder, affects the victim directly. Indirect crime is not aimed at and does not harm a particular person, but affects society as a whole. Examples are corruption, tax evasion and the illegal dumping of toxic waste. If asked what sort of crime ... Read More
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