Communication Ethics Literacy Dialogue and Difference

ISBN-10: 1412942144
ISBN-13: 9781412942140
Edition: 2009
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Description: Communication Ethics Literacy: Dialogue & Difference offers a learning model of communication ethics literacy from a dialogic perspective, framing communication ethics as arising from a good or set of goods found within particular narratives,  More...

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List price: $68.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/4/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 296
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Communication Ethics Literacy: Dialogue & Difference offers a learning model of communication ethics literacy from a dialogic perspective, framing communication ethics as arising from a good or set of goods found within particular narratives, traditions, or virtue structures that guide human life. Communication ethics protects and promotes a particular good or goods through communicative action. We examine multiple approaches to communication ethics, revealing the good protected and promoted by each ethical perspective. We assume that discourse is not neutral and always carries a substantive and/or procedural good. In particular communicative contexts, a communication ethic protects and promotes a good particular to that contextfor example, the good of relationship is protected and promoted in the context of interpersonal communication; in organizational contexts, the good protected and promoted is a dwelling place. The book frames the pragmatic need for this historical moment as dialogic learning about ones own narrative ground and associated goods protected and promoted through communicative action, and attentiveness to the narrative ground of the Other. We engage narrative and virtue contention with pragmatic hopefulness that, in learning from the Other, we will make understanding and learning the central goods of communication ethics in an era defined by difference.

Leeann M. Bell (M.A., West Virginia University) is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Communication & Rhetorical Studies at Duquesne University. Her interests include communication ethics, communication instruction, rhetoric, and dialogue. She teaches communication ethics at the undergraduate level and is the communication ethics division chair for the Pennsylvania Communication Association. She served as the assistant director of the 8th National Communication Ethics Conference and as assistant director of the Communication Ethics Center at Duquesne University.

Janie Harden Fritz (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.A. & B.A., University of Georgia) conducts research on communication in problematic workplace relationships, organizational communication ethics, and communication pedagogy.nbsp; She has published in numerous communication journals (including Journal of Mediated Communication, Journal of Business Communication, Journal of Business Ethics, Management Communication Quarterly), is co-editor of Problematic Relationships in the Workplace (Peter Lang), is the former president of the Speech Communication Association of Pennsylvania (2001-02), and the current 2 nd vice-president of the Eastern Communication Association.

The Pragmatic Necessity of Communication Ethics
Student Application: Contending Goods
The Good
Historical Moment: Mapping Communication Ethics
Postmodernity
Learning
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Defining Communication Ethics
Student Application: Finding Narrative Ground
Multiplicity of Communication Ethics
Philosophy of Communication
Applied Communication
Narrative
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Approaches to Communication Ethics: The Pragmatic Good of Theory
Student Application: Choice Making
Democratic Communication Ethics
Universal-Humanitarian Communication Ethics
Codes, Procedures, and Standards in Communication Ethics
Contextual Communication Ethics
Narrative Communication Ethics
Dialogic Communication Ethics
The College Campus: Communication Ethics Perspectives
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Communication Ethics: In the Eye(s) of the Theory of the Beholder
Student Application: Common Sense and Contention
Common Sense
Learning
Theory
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Dialogic Ethics: Meeting Differing Grounds of the "Good"
Student Application: Negotiating Difference
Dialogue and Difference
Dialogic Theory
Dialogic Coordinates: Without Demand
A Dialogic Learning Model of Communication Ethics
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Public Discourse Ethics: Public and Private Accountability
Student Application: What Is Public and Private Space?
Public Discourse: The Public "Good"
Public Decision Making: The Good of Public Accountability
Differentiation of Public and Private Space
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Interpersonal Communication Ethics: The Relationship Matters
Student Application: Relational Responsibility
Interpersonal Communication
Distance
Interpersonal Responsibility
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Organizational Communication Ethics: Community of Memory and Dwelling
Student Application: Finding a Dwelling Place
Organizational Communication
Dwelling Place
Organizations and Institutions
Community of Memory Within Organizations
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Intercultural Communication Ethics: Before the Conversation Begins
Student Application: The Unfamiliar
Intercultural Communication
Culture
Culture Shock
The Inarticulate
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Business and Professional Communication Ethics
Student Application: Finding Direction
Business and Professional Communication
The Dialectic of Direction and Change
Public Testing
Pointing to a Dialogic Ethic in Business and Professional Communication
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Health Care Communication Ethics
Student Application: Responding to the Other
Health Care Communication
Health
Responsiveness
Care
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables
Communication Ethics Literacy and Difference: Dialogic Learning
Student Application: Understanding the Other
Pragmatic
Crisis Communication
Communication Ethics Literacy
The Pragmatics of Dialogic Ethics
Communication Ethics: Reflection and Action
Engaging Communication Ethics Through Literature: Les Miserables

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