Communicative Enactment of Virtue: A Structurational Approach to Understanding Ethical Financial Communication
Financial communication between corporations, stakeholders, and government establishes a dynamic system of interconnected relationships. This chapter uses structuration theory to highlight how financial communication produces and reproduces these structures. Virtue ethics is offered as a means of enacting a healthy system. The authors argue that virtue ethics is the only framework that allows for reasonable decision‐making in complex systems.
The Handbook of Financial Communication and Investor Relations
Venette, S. J.,
Iverson, J. O.
(2017). Communicative Enactment of Virtue: A Structurational Approach to Understanding Ethical Financial Communication. The Handbook of Financial Communication and Investor Relations, 87-95.
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