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Ethical Issues in International Communication (Hardback)
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Ethical Issues in International Communication (Hardback)

Hardback 277 Pages / Published: 03/05/2011
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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.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230272897
Number of pages: 277
Weight: 569 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 17 mm


'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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