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|All Authors / Contributors:||
S Alyssa Groom; Janie M Harden Fritz
|ISBN:||9781611474497 1611474493 9781611474503 1611474507|
|Description:||xi, 184 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / S. Alyssa Groom and J.M.H. Fritz --
Part 1: Narrative and situatedness. Impossible to say : Walker Percy's moviegoing epideictic in crisis conditions / Craig E. Mattson ; Dialogic meeting of crisis : illuminating illusions of the death of God and Nietzche's revaluation of values / John H. Prellwitz ; Understanding anxiety : the crisis of ethical choice / Celeste Grayson Seymour --
Part 2: Response-ability as inner transparency. Interpersonal crisis communication in the workplace : professional civility as ethical response to problematic interactions / Janie M. Harden Fritz ; Questioning back : engaging an organization's narrative for ethical communicative responsiveness in crisis situations / S. Alyssa Groom ; The ethical imperative of significant choice : addressing learning styles in crisis messages / Timothy L. Sellnow, Deanna D. Sellnow, and Steven Venette --
Part 3: Discerning public and private spheres. A more perfect union : recovering ethics in public dialogue / Spoma Jovanovic and Roy V. Wood ; The crisis fallacy : egoism, epistemology, and ethics in crisis communication and preparation / Pat J. Gehrke ; Communication ethics as Janus at the Gates : responding to postmodernity and the normativity of crisis / Ronald C. Arnett.
|Responsibility:||edited by S. Alyssa Groom and J.M.H. Fritz.|
In this unified collection, Groom and Fritz (both, Duquesne Univ.) feature prominent and rising American ethics scholars. In three distinct sections, these essays establish that crisis reactions can