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The Resource Ethical issues in international communication, Edited by Alexander G. Nikolaev, (electronic book)

Ethical issues in international communication, Edited by Alexander G. Nikolaev, (electronic book)

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Ethical issues in international communication
Title
Ethical issues in international communication
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Alexander G. Nikolaev
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • A collection of essays from scholars around the globe examining the ethical issues and problems associated with some of the major areas within contemporary international communication: journalism, PR, marketing communication, and political rhetoric.
  • 'This thought-provoking collection is an important contribution to the growing area of international communication ethics. Alexander Nikolaev and his distinguished contributors bring a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives to bear, illuminating key problems and debates in contemporary international communication.' -- Philip Hammond, Reader in Media & Communications, Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences, London South Bank University, UK 'Alexander Nikolaev has assembled an inspiring group of international contributors to grapple with communication ethics in a global sphere. How can we -- from different cultures and religions, now pushed together in a shared information space -- recognize ethical outcomes in the context of competing claims to morality?' -- Steven Livingston, Professor of Media and Public Affairs and of International Affairs in the School of Media and Public Affairs at the George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA 'Alexander Nikolaev's Ethical Issues in International Communication brings together a truly cosmopolitan mix of contributors to discuss what to the establishment media in backwaters such as the United States, Britain and their NATO partners must seem an anachronism: that as far as journalism is concerned, there is no higher value than telling the truth, no matter how local or global. But in particular where great disparities in power are at play -- as the contemporary world provides more cases than anyone can name.' -- David Peterson, independent journalist, co-author of The Politics of Genocide (Monthly Review Press, 2010)
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Cataloging source
UK-WkNB
Dewey number
302.2
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Nikolaev, Alexander G
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  • Communication, International
  • Professional ethics
Summary expansion
This unique collection explores contemporary ethical issues and problems in international communication. Written by scholars from around the world focusing on global ethical issues for a global audience, the volume considers theoretical issues of international communication ethics and provides specific practical examples and case studies. Key areas within the field of international communication are discussed, including journalism, international PR and public communication, political rhetoric and education, making this an important inclusion to the current literature
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Ethical issues in international communication, Edited by Alexander G. Nikolaev, (electronic book)
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Publication
Contents
Introduction: The Essence of the Debate-- A.G.Nikolaev PART I: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE Cultural Diversity and Moral Relativism in Communication Ethics-- C.G.Christians What Does It Mean to Be Moral?A Cross-Cultural and Cross-Religious Analysis of Morality among Muslims and Christians in Britain and France-- S.M.Croucher PART II: THE ETHICS OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL RHETORIC The Rhetoric of Democracy-- G.Elfstrom 'America Will Call Evil by its Name': Evil as a Theologically and Morally Loaded Notion in American Foreign Policy Discourse-- A.Kasafi Perkins PART III: ETHICAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM Saving or Drowning? The Paradox of Attempting Ethics in International News and Communication-- I.R.Hammady Identities, Ethics, and International Communication in the French Context-- Ae.Le The Dilemmas of War and Peace Reporting-- R.L.Keeble PART IV: INTERNATIONAL PR AND PUBLIC COMMUNICATION Ethics, Cultures, and Global Social Marketing Health Campaigns-- T.L.Rentner & L.Lengel An Ethical-Theory-Based Analysis of the Social Responsibilities of Three Global Corporations -- ExxonMobil, Shell, and Pfizer-- C.B.Pratt & W.Adamolekun Cultural and Historical Aspects of Media Transparency in Russia-- K.Tsetsura Visual Ethics in Public Relations: An Analysis of Latin American Government Web sites-- M.A.Johnson & E.M.Searson PART V: IS EDUCATION THE ANSWER? The Invisible Dimension of International Communication: Is It Possible to Teach Others 'the Right Ethical Standards'?-- S.Sablina & B.Struminskaya Instead Of a Conclusion: Is Education The Answer? or What May All This Mean?-- A.G.Nikolaev Index
Control code
9780230306844
Extent
296 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Isbn
9780230272897
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.
Label
Ethical issues in international communication, Edited by Alexander G. Nikolaev, (electronic book)
Publication
Contents
Introduction: The Essence of the Debate-- A.G.Nikolaev PART I: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE Cultural Diversity and Moral Relativism in Communication Ethics-- C.G.Christians What Does It Mean to Be Moral?A Cross-Cultural and Cross-Religious Analysis of Morality among Muslims and Christians in Britain and France-- S.M.Croucher PART II: THE ETHICS OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL RHETORIC The Rhetoric of Democracy-- G.Elfstrom 'America Will Call Evil by its Name': Evil as a Theologically and Morally Loaded Notion in American Foreign Policy Discourse-- A.Kasafi Perkins PART III: ETHICAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM Saving or Drowning? The Paradox of Attempting Ethics in International News and Communication-- I.R.Hammady Identities, Ethics, and International Communication in the French Context-- Ae.Le The Dilemmas of War and Peace Reporting-- R.L.Keeble PART IV: INTERNATIONAL PR AND PUBLIC COMMUNICATION Ethics, Cultures, and Global Social Marketing Health Campaigns-- T.L.Rentner & L.Lengel An Ethical-Theory-Based Analysis of the Social Responsibilities of Three Global Corporations -- ExxonMobil, Shell, and Pfizer-- C.B.Pratt & W.Adamolekun Cultural and Historical Aspects of Media Transparency in Russia-- K.Tsetsura Visual Ethics in Public Relations: An Analysis of Latin American Government Web sites-- M.A.Johnson & E.M.Searson PART V: IS EDUCATION THE ANSWER? The Invisible Dimension of International Communication: Is It Possible to Teach Others 'the Right Ethical Standards'?-- S.Sablina & B.Struminskaya Instead Of a Conclusion: Is Education The Answer? or What May All This Mean?-- A.G.Nikolaev Index
Control code
9780230306844
Extent
296 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Isbn
9780230272897
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.

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