"Order three advertisements and get one news story free": public relations ethics practices of Turkish and international companies in Turkey
KünyeKOÇ, E. (2006). "Order three advertisements and get one news story free": public relations ethics practices of Turkish and international companies in Turkey. Public Relations Review, 32 (4), pp. 331-340. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2006.08.001.
This study investigates the ethics of communication in print media in Turkey by exploring the potential incidences of publishing custom-made news stories and editorials by newspapers and magazines about Turkish and international businesses for promoting their advertising space. The study establishes that the incidence of corresponding news stories or editorials in newspapers and magazines and related paid advertisements increased by more than 100% between 1994 and 2004. In the second stage of the research, key informant interviews reveal that, in general, business officials and media executives have a teleological view of ethics.
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