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Les régulations professionnelles déontologiques de communication publique : des valeurs et des normes de professionnalisation vecteurs de reconnaissance

Abstract : Professional regulations through a certain number of ethical and deontological operations aim to organize a representation of unity of the positioning of public communicator professions, such as charters and recently a manifesto for public communication. Values and norms are thus displayed, but to what extent do they participate in an interactionist professionalization movement to consolidate the role, the function, vis-à-vis other social groups? Thus, more broadly, their scope is not limited to their content alone, but more broadly to their inclusion in social advocacy dynamics. These are not binding rules in legal terms, so their meaning and their implications are more global. They participate, along with others, in the search for a definition of the exercise of the profession of public communicator. The role of professional associations is central, especially since we can note certain changes over time, always with a representation of public ethics.
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Dominique Bessières. Les régulations professionnelles déontologiques de communication publique : des valeurs et des normes de professionnalisation vecteurs de reconnaissance. Communication & professionnalisation, Presses universitaires de Louvain, 2017. ⟨halshs-01670640⟩

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