Tagged: Ethics Case

Online: From the Outside, Looking In

All Intercom ethics cases are fictitious and are intended to provide opportunities to highlight and discuss ethical issues in technical communication. Any resemblance to real people or organizations is coincidental. Please send your responses to intercom@stc.org. Responses will be printed in an upcoming issue of Intercom as space permits. Note from the Editor: This is John Bryan's last ethics column for Intercom. He began as column editor in 1992 and says he has thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to work and correspond with so many STC members over the years. The column will continue with a new editor, yet to be Read the rest

Research, Politics, and Medical Writing

By Kimberly Elmore | Student Member Edited By John G. Bryan | Senior Member All Intercom ethics cases are fictitious and are intended to provide opportunities to highlight and discuss ethical issues in technical communication. Any resemblance to real people or organizations is coincidental. Please send your responses to intercom@stc.org. Responses will be printed in an upcoming issue of Intercom as space permits. When Dr. Baker handed the Request for Proposals (RFP) to Monique, she offered a simple rationale: “They have money. We need money.” That fact didn’t keep Monique from feeling very uncomfortable with the writing assignment. The Broglio… Read the rest