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Managing Business Communication Case Study

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This assignment required an analysis of the communicational and ethical issues present in the fictional company "Buddong Systems." It was a hybrid of an essay and a report, with references to academic articles and recommendations for the company.

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Ethics Academia Philosophy Codes of conduct Applied ethics Morality Social philosophy Communication studies Business ethics Corporate social responsibility Interpersonal communication Communication Cynthia Cheng Ken Young Johansen
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Ethics Academia Philosophy Codes of conduct Applied ethics Morality Social philosophy Communication studies Business ethics Corporate social responsibility Interpersonal communication Communication Cynthia Cheng Ken Young Johansen
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.................................................................................................................. 3 1. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 4 2. TREATMENT OF EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS ................................................................... 4 2.1 EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS – ETHICAL EGOISM ................................................................................... 4 3. SOCIAL ETHICS ............................................................................................................................. 4 3.1 SUPPLY CHAIN ET...
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