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Shifting blame: addressing the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's complicated ethical responsibility in the Flint water crisis

Collection:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center (ACDC)
Contributor:
Bruns, Catherine J. (main author / James Madison University)
Format:
Book chapter
Publication Date:
2019
Published:
USA
Location:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center, Funk Library, University of Illinois
Subject Term:
case studies, communication methods, crisis communication, ethical issues, government, government services, risk communication, water, water quality, risk management, transparency, accountability, social media, government agencies, social responsibility, government communication, government actions, ethical behavior
Notes:
See also D10895., Pages 171-178 in Brigitta R. Brunner and Corey A. Hickerson (editors), Cases in public relations: translating ethics into action. Oxford University Press, New York City, New York. 359 pages., Author examines the actions, accountability and ethical stance of government agencies in communicating environment risk to citizens in Flint, Michigan.