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Read a book Global Public Relations, chapter 5, Structural Comparison.
Answer the following questions:
1. There is often dynamic tension between legal counsel (“say nothing”) and public relations counsel (“be open and transparent”). Do you think that applies to all cultures? What factors might affect that tension?
2. Your CEO is going to be involved in significant business activity in another country, and there is a communication component to the issues involved. Who should take responsibility for backgrounding the CEO on relevant communication law – you or the legal counsel? Explain your view.
3. If your organization values environmentally responsible business practices, and you are establishing operations in a country in which lax environmental laws will permit you to increase profits sharply while still meeting and exceeding requirements, what recommendation will you make to the CEO?
4. Suggest ways in which other structures, not addressed here, such as family, religion, or educational system, might affect public relations practice.

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1. I think that the dynamic tension applies to all cultures but applies to them differently. Based on the chapter’s discussion of comparative law and comparative politics, the laws and ethical guidelines of different cultures vary a lot. There are differences in what might be considered legal or ethical in one culture being considered totally illegal as well as unethical in other cultures. Also, I think that these applies to all cultures because the morality of cultures are often different from the laws of the societies where the cultures exist. For instance, three or more cultures might be existing under a one legal structure where they are bound by the same laws, but differ on their stances with regards to morality. In such cases, it is difficult to employ...

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