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Weblog-urile şi comunicarea cu angajaţii. Întrebări etice pentru relaţiile publice corporatiste

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Autori

Donald K. Wright, Professor of Communication University of South Alabama
Michelle Hinson, Director of Development Institute for Public Relations


Traducere şi adaptare: Rebeca Pop, Forum for International Communications.
În original, "Weblogs and Employee Communication: Ethical Questions for Corporate Public Relations"Copyright Institute for Public Relations.
Copyright 2008 Forum for International Communications pentru versiunea în limba română. Text reprodus cu acordul IPR.

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