Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics - Vol. 4 No. 1/2 2007

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Richard Keeble, Donald Matheson
arima publishing, 2007 - Business & Economics - 76 pages
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Special issue Communication ethics and the Internet Utopian visions and everyday practices: Libertarian constructions of free speech and ethical communication practices by Julie Dare Regulating the suicide bomber: A critical examination of online viral advertising and simulations of self-broadcasting by Andrew McStay Face - interface, or the prospect of a virtual ethics by Laurie Johnson International news on the Internet: Why more is less by Chris Paterson Views Simon Goldsworthy on the aftermath of a famous PR victory Karen Sanders on a convicted bomber's call for peace Simon Rogerson on the integrity of information in the information age Boyan Radoykov on UNESCO tasks on charting ICT ethics Anne Dunn on ethical crisies and broadcasting training Chris Frost on a new book on journalism ethics Lecture Valerie Alia's inaugural lecture on names and the ethics of identity Plus Books reviews - and much more

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About the author (2007)

Richard Keeble is Professor of Journalism at the University of Lincoln.

Donald Matheson lectures in mass communication at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He worked previously at Cardiff and Strathclyde Universities in the UK, where he taught both critical and practical courses on journalism. Before that he was a news reporter in New Zealand. His research focuses on journalists' writing practices and new media writing such as weblogs.

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