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The handbook of communication ethics

Author: George Cheney; Steve May; Debashish Munshi
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2011.
Series: ICA handbook series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
A comprehensive guide to the study of communication and ethics. It brings together analyses and applications based on recognized ethical theories as well as those outside the traditional domain of ethics but which engage important questions of power, equality, and justice. --from publisher description.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: George Cheney; Steve May; Debashish Munshi
ISBN: 9780415994644 0415994640 9780415994651 0415994659 9780203890400 020389040X
OCLC Number: 369141939
Description: xix, 530 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Robert T. Craig --
Preface --
Author biographies --
Encountering communication ethics in the contemporary world : principles, people, and contexts / George Cheney [and others] --
Unit 1: Theory old and new. A contribution to ethical theory and praxis / John Stewart ; Ethics, rhetoric, and discourse / Michael J. Hyde ; Situating a dialogic ethics : a dialogic confession / Ronald C. Arnett ; Feminist discursive ethics / Patrice M. Buzzanell ; Power and ethics / Dennis K. Mumby ; What are we, then? Postmodernism, globalization, and the meta-ethics of contemporary communication / Bryan C. Taylor and Leonard C. Hawes ; Decolonizing communication ethics : a framework for communicating otherwise / Debashish Munshi, Kirsten J. Broadfoot, and Linda Tuhiwai Smith --
Unit 2: Contexts of application and theory development. Interpersonal communication ethics / Sally Planalp and Julie Fitness ; Ethical challenges in small group communication / John Gastil and Leah Sprain ; Communication ethics and organizational contexts : divergent values and moral puzzles / Matthew W. Seeger and Timothy Kuhn ; Journalism ethics in theory and practice / Clifford G. Christians ; Ethical dimensions of new technology/media / Charles Ess ; Public relations and marketing : ethical issues and professional practice in society / Jacquie L'Etang ; Visual communication in traditional and digital contexts / Sean Cubitt and Violeta Politoff ; The search for social justice and the presumption of innocence in the Duke University (USA) lacrosse case of 2006-2007 : implications for contemporary legal and ethical communication / Glen Feighery, Marouf Hasian, Jr., and Richard Rieke ; Political communication ethics : postmodern opportunities and challenges / Steven R. Goldzwig and Patricia A. Sullivan ; Ethics in health communication / Nurit Guttman and Teresa L. Thompson ; Science, democracy, and the prospect for deliberation / Keith R. Benson and John Angus Campbell ; Intercultural communication ethics : multiple layered issues / Stella Ting-Toomey --
Unit 3: Contemporary issues. Diversity, identity, and multiculturalism in the media : the case of Muslims in the British press / Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood ; Hierarchies of equality : positive peace in a democratic idiom / Robert L. Ivie ; Democracy, publicness, and global governance / Slavko Splichal ; Religion, state, and secularism : how should states deal with deep religious diversity? / Rajeev Bhargava ; Truth, evils, justice, and the event of wild(er)ness : using Badiou to think the ethics of environmentalism / Kevin Michael DeLuca ; Economic justice and communication ethics : considering multiple points of intersection / Zachary A. Schaefer, Charles Conrad, George Cheney, Steve MAy, and SHiv Ganesh ; The polyphony of corporate social responsibility : deconstructing accountability and transparency in the context of identity and hypocrisy / Lars Thøger Christensen, Mette Morsing, and Ole Thyssen ; When unreason masquerades as reason : can law regulate trade and networked communication ethically? / Radha D'Souza ; Response and conclusion : a vision of applied ethics for communication studies / Josina M. Maku.
Series Title: ICA handbook series.
Responsibility: edited by George Cheney, Steve May, Debashish Munshi.
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