Vaccination: Who’s right, and whose right to say so?

Stephen Holden

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Abstract

This essay extends Brenkert’s (2001, 2002) exploration of some of the ethical issues that confront, or perhaps ought to confront social marketers. It contributes to social marketing by adding to the list of ‘mythunderstandings’ offered by Donovan (2011) as follows: social marketing is not inherently and ethically good (even though “social good” is the objective). The implication for social marketing is that the notion of “doing good” needs to be subject to reasonable doubt and critical thinking rather than supported by untrammelled belief.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Social Marketing Conference: Brisbane, 27-29 June 2012
EditorsKrzysztof Kubacki, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele
Place of PublicationBrisbane, Australia
PublisherGriffith University
Pages95-99
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)9781921760686
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventInternational Social Marketing Conference - Brisbane, Australia
Duration: 27 Jun 201229 Jun 2012

Conference

ConferenceInternational Social Marketing Conference
CountryAustralia
CityBrisbane
Period27/06/1229/06/12

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Social marketing
Vaccination
Ethical issues
Critical thinking
Marketers

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Holden, S. (2012). Vaccination: Who’s right, and whose right to say so? In K. Kubacki, & S. Rundle-Thiele (Eds.), International Social Marketing Conference: Brisbane, 27-29 June 2012 (pp. 95-99). Brisbane, Australia: Griffith University.
Holden, Stephen. / Vaccination : Who’s right, and whose right to say so?. International Social Marketing Conference: Brisbane, 27-29 June 2012. editor / Krzysztof Kubacki ; Sharyn Rundle-Thiele. Brisbane, Australia : Griffith University, 2012. pp. 95-99
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International Social Marketing Conference: Brisbane, 27-29 June 2012. ed. / Krzysztof Kubacki; Sharyn Rundle-Thiele. Brisbane, Australia : Griffith University, 2012. p. 95-99.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

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