As we enter the decade of the '90s and round the corner heading toward the 21st century, American appear to be more concerned than ever about the issue of "ethics." This continued interest in studying moral behavior has lead to the development of more explicit codes of conduct in business, professional, and educational settings. In keeping with this interest, the forensic community has continued to consider the ethical standards that should be established for use of evidence in public address events.
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Friedley, Sheryl A.
"The Ethical Use of Evidence in Public Address Events,"
Proceedings of the National Developmental Conference on Individual Events: Vol. 2:
1, Article 18.
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