Ethical Space Vol. 11 Issue 4

Ethical Space Vol. 11 Issue 4
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

Balancing acts and narrative ethics in Anna Krien’s Night games and Helen Garner’s The first stone
Fiona Giles, William Roberts
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From making front page to landing between covers: An ethical inquiry into contemporary book-length journalism in Australia
Matthew Ricketson
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On mourning, making, circulating: Refusing the ‘posthumous humiliation’ of Susan Sontag
Carolyn Rickett
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Against the tide: Alternative voices in colonial Australian writing
Willa McDonald, Bunty Avieson
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Towards ‘mindful journalism’: Applying Buddhism’s Eightfold Path as an ethical framework for modern journalism
Mark Pearson
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Spanish media self-regulation: Its purpose and challenges
Mónica Codina
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Ethical Space Vol. 11 Issue 3

Ethical Space Vol. 11 Issue 3
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

The moral psychology of journalism exemplars
Patrick Lee Plaisance, Elizabeth A. Skewes, Joanna Larez
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Foucault, Facebook and freedom
Maude Bonenfant, Yanick Farmer
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Layers of consent
Judith Townend
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‘An establishment newspaper’: The politics of the Eastern Daily Press
Ian Sinclair
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Ethical Space Vol. 11 Issue 1/2

Ethical Space Vol. 11 Issue 1/2
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

How far can journalists go ‘in crossing the line’?
Stewart Purvis
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The state journalism is in: Edward Snowden and the British press
Julian Petley
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Utopian dreams for better journalism?
Tim Crook
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Phone hacking and bribery: Justice and journalism both on trial
Nicholas Jones
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Critical realism, peace journalism and democracy
Jake Lynch
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Towards responsible journalism: Code of practice, journalist oath and conscience clause
Raphael Cohen-Almagor
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Social justice communication scholarship and the need to challenge the rhetoric of market fundamentalism
Ayo Oyeleye
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Social responsibility, public relations and pedagogy: Student perceptions using mental illness as a case study
Barbara Walsh, Cathy Hope, Jaelea Skehan
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Ethical Space Vol. 10 Issue 4

Ethical Space Vol. 10 Issue 4
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

Italian media and Berlusconi: An econometric approach
Philip Di Salvo
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The ‘morally defensible’ journalist: Shedding ‘performance’ and managing an ethic of empathy within personal trauma narrative
Sue Joseph
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A Gandhian conundrum: The ethical dilemma in the Indian sustainability discourse
Prithi Nambiar
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Achieving the goal of a global computing code of ethics through an international-localisation hybrid
Oliver K. Burmeister
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Fit to post but not fit to print: Channel consistency and virtue ethics for legacy print journalism organisations
Chris Roberts
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Ethical Space Vol. 10 Issue 2/3

Ethical Space Vol. 10 Issue 2/3
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

Democratic affordances: Politics, media, and digital technology after WikiLeaks
Gerard Goggin
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Is peace journalism feasible? Pointers for research and media development
Jake Lynch
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Journalism and justice
Penny O’Donnell
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Enabling environments: Reflections on journalism and climate justice
Robert A Hackett, Sara Wylie, Pinar Gurleyen
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Bursting the ‘Brussels bubble’: The movement towards transparency on European farm subsidies
Alana Mann
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Victims of exploitation or victims of the media: Rethinking media coverage of human trafficking
Scott Downman
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International fixers: Cultural interpreters or ‘People Like Us’?
Colleen Murrell
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Ethical Space Vol. 10 Issue 1

Ethical Space Vol. 10 Issue 1
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

‘A little bit Salem’: Rebekah Brooks, of News International, and the construction of a modern witch
John Tulloch
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Leveson: Solution or symptom? Class, crisis and the degradation of civil life[1]
John Steel
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Leveson online: A publicly reported inquiry
Judith Townend
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A better death in a digital age: Post-Leveson indicators for more responsible reporting of the bereaved
Sallyanne Duncan, Jackie Newton
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Journalism education after Leveson: Ethics start where regulation ends
David Baines, Darren Kelsey
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Black Saturday bushfires and the question of consent
Denis Muller
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Aesthetics and power: From the perspective of communication ethics
Leon Miller
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Ethical Space Vol. 9 Issue 4

Ethical Space Vol. 9 Issue 4
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

The emperor’s new clothes: Traditions in academia – who’s fooling whom?
Barnie Choudhury
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The ethical challenges in unmasking secrets
Sue Joseph
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Teaching journalistic ethics in the age of YouTube
Peter Gloviczki
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From principle to practice: Expanding the scope of scholarship on media ethics
Nicole Joseph, Pablo Boczkowski
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Privacy rights and the reporting of the 2011 earthquake
Tracey Jury
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Privacy in Social Network Sites (SNS): The threats from data mining
Yeslam Al-Saggaf, Md Zahidul Islam
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Ethical Space Vol. 9 Issue 2/3

Ethical Space Vol. 9 Issue 2/3
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

Still ‘hideously white’, but for how long?
Jim Boumelha
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Navigating journalistic spaces: British Muslim media producers
Elizabeth Poole
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Trailer-trashed: Representations of the Romany community in the media
Jake Bowers
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The retention of minority ethnic staff in the BBC, 2000-2010
Connie St Louis
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Diversity is a priority for the media
Bob Satchwell
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Engaging young Muslims with the media and civic society
Shenaz Bunglawala
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We are the champions: Mentors ease newcomers into the net
Barnie Choudhury, David Baines
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Black role models and the news
Kerry Moore, John Jewell
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Creative Skillset: Multiple identities in the media industries
Jo Welch
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Preaching to the un-converted: Access to majority media for national and ethnic minority journalists
Liviu Popoviciu, Petru Weber
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The pen and the sword: Media transformation and democracy after apartheid
Lynette Steenveld
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Re-imagining media diversity in the Obama age
Pamela Newkirk
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Ethical Space Vol. 9 Issue 1

Ethical Space Vol. 9 Issue 1
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

Examining the relationship between free speech and freedom of the press
John Steel
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Media watchdogs: Countering the mainstream’s armour of smugness
Reeta Toivanen
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Communicating mental illness and suicide: Public relations students’ perceptions of ethical practice
Kate Fitch
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Ofcom: An evaluation of UK broadcast journalism regulation of news and current affairs
Chris Frost
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News as conversation, citizens as gatekeepers: Where is digital news taking us?
Luke Goode
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The revolution must wait: Economic, business and financial journalisms beyond the 2008 crisis
Gary James Merrill
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Myth-making on the business pages: local press and glocal crisis
Joel Stein, David Baines
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Ethical Space Vol. 8 Issue 3/4

Ethical Space Vol. 8 Issue 3/4
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

The knock at the door: Considering bereaved families’ varying responses to news media intrusion
Jackie Newton
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Sub-contracting newsgathering in Iraq
Richard Pendry
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Covering the cover-up: The Hutton report in UK television news
Justin Schlosberg
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Competent, dependable and respectful: Football refereeing as a model for communicating fairness
Peter Simmons
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Ethics 2.0: Social media implications for professional communicators
Margalit Toledano, Levarna Fay Wolland
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Ethical Space Vol. 8 Issue 1/2

Ethical Space Vol. 8 Issue 1/2
The International Journal of Communication Ethics

Ethical issues in the cloud over Asia
Thomas W. Cooper
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Celebrity culture, transparency and privacy
Tessa Mayes
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The ethics of spoilers
David Shaw
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Oligarchy reloaded and pirate media: The state of peace journalism in Guatemala
Lioba Suchenwirth
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European and US perspectives on teaching ethics to public relations students
Elina Erzikova
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Freedom of expression online in Saudi Arabia from a liberal, individualistic and a collectivistic perspective
Yeslam Al-Saggaf, John Weckert
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