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02.01.2009
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, International Public Relations, International Journalism, International News Coverage, International Negotiations, International Rhetoric (speeches by world leaders), etc. (qualitative, quantitative, rhetorical, etc.).

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30 2009 ., 2009 .

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CONTRIBUTORS REQUESTED

We are soliciting contributions for an edited book on the issue of ethics in international communication. Ethics can be the actual subject as well as an integral part of message-shaping strategies. That is, we can discuss the topic of ethics itself as well as the use of ethical appeals in international communication.

The questions that can be addressed in contributions may include (but not limited to):

  • What is the current state of the debate between ethical universalism and ethical relativism?
  • Can we apply the same ethical standards while discussing political and social issues worldwide?
  • If we can't why; if we can what standards and how?
  • How differences in ethical standards may affect such professional fields as international PR or advertising?
  • Can we use ethical appeals in international rhetoric (or in a wider sense cross-national political discourse) and international journalism?
  • Enticing international outrage for a greater good the ethical issue of international news coverage Kosovo, Tibet, Georgia: Do we actually know what we think we know?
  • Branding somebody "evil" (in international discourse or journalism) moral honesty or propaganda trick?
  • Does anybody have a right to teach others "the right standards"?

All forms of international communication can be analyzed: International Public Relations, International Journalism, International News Coverage, International Negotiations, International Rhetoric (speeches by world leaders), etc.

A variety of methodologies will be accepted qualitative, quantitative, rhetorical, etc. (as long as they are systematic). Short philosophical essays are also welcomed but priority will be given to empirical and analytical articles. Submissions eventually would have to be 15-25 pages long (including tables, graphics, notes, and bibliography), formatted according to the APA style. For now: the deadline for abstracts is Friday, January 30th of 2009. The whole piece will be due in late April of 2009 (somewhere between April 27th and April 30th).

Please, send abstracts to Dr. Alexander Nikolaev at agn24@drexel.edu.

 
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