Table of contents for The handbook of global communication and media ethics / edited by Robert S. Fortner and P. Mark Fackler.


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Volume 1: Theoretical Foundations.
Preface.
Introduction.
1. Primordial Issues in Communication Ethics (Clifford G. Christians).
2. Communication Ethics: The Wonder of Metanarratives in a Postmodern Age (Ronald Arnett).
3. Information, Communication and Planetary Citizenship (Luiz Martins da Silva).
4. Global Communication and Cultural Particularisms: The Place of Values in the Simultaneity of Structural Globalization and Cultural Fragmentation – The Case of Islamic Civilization (Bassam Tibi).
5. The Ethics of Privacy in High and Low Technology Societies (Robert S. Fortner).
6. Social Responsibility Theory and Media Monopolies (Mark Fackler).
7. Ethics and Ideology: Moving from Labels to Analysis (Lee Wilkins).
8. Fragments of Truth: The Right to Communicate as a Universal Value (Philip Lee).
9. Glocal Media Ethics (Shakuntala Rao).
10. Classical Liberal Values (Horacio Spector).
11. Feminist Ethics and Global Media (Linda Steiner).
12.Words as Weapons: A History of War Reporting 1945 to the Present (Richard Keeble).
13. Multi-Dimensional Objectivity for Global Journalism (Stephen Ward).
14. New Media and an Old Problem: Promoting Democracy (Deni Elliott and Amanda Decker).
15. The Dilemma of Trust (Ian Richards).
16. The Ethical Case for Blasphemy (Neville Cox).
17. The Medium is the Moral (Michael Bugeja).
18. Development Ethics: The Audacious Agenda (Chloe Schwenke).
19. Indigenous Media Values: Cultural and Ethical Implications (Joe Grixti).
20. Foucault’s Challenge to Ethics (Ed McCluskie).
21. Ethical Anxieties in the Global Public Sphere (Robert S. Fortner).
22. Universalism and Communitarianism in Media Ethics (Clifford G. Christians).
23. Responsibility of Net Users (Raphael Cohen-Almagor).
24. Media Ethics and International Organizations (Cees Hamelink).
25. Making the Case for What Can and Should Be Published (Bruce W. Swaffield).
26. Ungrievable Lives. Global Terror and the Media (Giovanna Borradori).
27. Journalism Ethics in the Moral Infrastructure of a Global Civil Society (Robert S. Fortner).
Volume 2: Practices and Case Studies.
1. Problems of Application (Mark Fackler).
2. Disenfranchised and Disempowered: How the Globalized Media Treat Their Audiences – The Case of India (Anita Dighe).
3. Questioning Professional Ethics in the Global Age: How Japanese Journalists Report and Support Immigrant Law Revision (Kaori Hayashi).
4. Ancient Roots and Contemporary Challenges: Asian Journalists Try to Find the Balance (Jiafei Yin).
5. Understanding Bollywood (Vijay Mishra).
6. Kenyan Muslim Women in Media and Politics: Fighting for Legitimacy (Esha Faki Mwinyihaji).
7. Peace Communication in Sudan: Toward Infusing a New Islamic Perspective (Haydar Badawi Sadig & Hala Asima Guta).
8. Media and Post-Election Violence in Kenya (Mark Fackler, Levi Obonyo, Mitchell Terpstra,& Emmanuel Okaalet).
9. Ethics of Survival: Media, Palestinians, and Israelis in Conflict (Oliver Witte).
10. Voiceless Glasnost: Responding to Government Pressures and Lack of a Free Press Tradition in Russia (Victor Akhterov).
11. Media Use and Abuse in Ethiopia: A Case Study (Zenebe Beyene).
12. Collective Guilt as a Response to Evil: A Case of Arabs and Muslims in the Western Media (Rasha Abdulla).
13.Journalists as Witnesses to Violence and Suffering (Amy Richards & Jolyon Mitchell).
14. Reporting on Religious Authority Complicit with Atrocity (Paul Soukup).
15. The Ethics of a Very Public Sphere: Differential Soundscapes and the Discourse of the Streets (Robert S. Fortner).
16. The Ethics of Representation and the Internet (Boniface Omachonu Omatta).
17. Authors, Authority, Ownership and Ethics in Digital Media and News (Jarice Hansen).
18. Ethical Implications of Blogging (Bernhard Debatin).
19. Journalism Ethics in a Digital Network (Jane Singer).
20. Now Look at What You Made Me Do: Violence and Media Accountability (Peter Hulm).
21. Protecting Children from Harmful Influences of Media through Formal and Non-Formal Media Education (Asbjørn Simonnes & Gudmund Gjeltsen).
22. Ethics and International Propaganda (Philip M. Taylor).
23.Modernization and Its Discontents: Ethics, Development and the Diffusion of Innovations (Robert S. Fortner).
24. Communication Technologies in the Arsenal of Al Qaeda and the Taliban: Why the West Isn’t Winning the War on Terror (Haydar Badawi Sadig, Roshan Noorzai, and Hala Asmina Guta).
25. The Hijab (Patrick Savidan).
Index.
Volume II: Practices and Case Studies.
27. Problems of Application (P. Mark Fackler).
28. Disenfranchised and Disempowered: How the Globalized Media Treat Their Audiences – A Case from India (Anita Dighe).
29. Questioning Journalism Ethics in the Global Age: How Japanese News Media Report and Support Immigrant Law Revision: (Kaori Hayashi).
30. Ancient Roots and Contemporary Challenges: Asian Journalists Try to Find the Balance (Jiafei Yin).
31. Understanding Bollywood (Vijay Mishra).
32. Peace Communication in Sudan: Toward Infusing a New Islamic Perspective (Haydar Badawi Sadig and Hala Asmina Guta).
33. Media and Post-Election Violence in Kenya (P. Mark Fackler, Levi Obonyo, Mitchell Terpstra , and Emmanuel Okaalet).
34. Ethics of Survival: Media, Palestinians, and Israelis in Conflict (Oliver Witte).
35. Voiceless Glasnost: Responding to Government Pressures and Lack of a Free Press Tradition in Russia (Victor Akhterov).
36. Media Use and Abuse in Ethiopia: A Case Study (Zenebe Beyene).
37. Collective Guilt as a Response to Evil: The Case of Arabs and Muslims in the Western Media (Rasha A. Abdulla and Mervat Abou Oaf).
38. Journalists as Witnesses to Violence and Suffering (Amy Richards_and Jolyon Mitchell).
39. Reporting on Religious Authority Complicit with Atrocity (Paul A. Soukup, SJ).
40. The Ethics of Representation and the Internet (Boniface Omachonu Omatta).
41. Authors, Authority, Ownership, and Ethics in Digital Media and News (Jarice Hanson).
42. Ethical Implications of Blogging (Bernhard Debatin).
43. Journalism Ethics in a Digital Network (Jane B. Singer).
44. Now Look What You Made Me Do: Violence and Media Accountability (Peter Hulm).
45. Protecting Children from Harmful Influences of Media through Formal and Non-Formal Media Education (Asbjørn Simonnes_and Gudmund Gjeltsen).
46. Ethics and International Propaganda (Philip M. Taylor).
47. Modernization and Its Discontents: Ethics, Development, and the Diffusion of Innovations (Robert S. Fortner).
48. Communication Technologies in the Arsenal of Al Qaeda and Taliban: Why the West Is Not Winning the War on Terror (Haydar Badawi Sadig_ Dhahran), Roshan Noorzai, and Hala Asmina Guta).
49. The Ethics of a Very Public Sphere: Differential Soundscapes and the Discourse of the Streets (Robert S. Fortner).
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Communication -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Mass media -- Moral and ethical aspects.