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Ethical Space Vol.5 Nos 1/2 2008

Ethical Space Vol.5 Nos 1/2 2008 | Paperback

Released on 24 April 2008

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Editorial Richard Keeble News Tribute to Peter McGregor, political activist and ES editorial board member. Bush and aides lied 935 times in run-up to Iraq invasion. Concerns over growing political interference in European media. Muckraking site 'disappears' from Google. US Army ends public access to online library. Acclaimed photo was a fake.Research focus on Cudlipp archive Views Frank Davies explores the conceptual map of PR and wonders if it's a Janus profession Stephan Russ-Mohl is concerned about the growing influence of PR over science reporting Articles Mike Jempson warns against insensitive coverage of suicides Kristine Lowe on the way the 'Pocket Man' saga in Norway highlighted some of the ethical dilemmas of reporting in the age of the web Stephanie Edmond and Sheryl Hann report on the national Campaign for Action on Family Violence in New Zealand, a media advocacy project Joseph Borg, in Malta, examines the ethical issues arising over the reporting of a party leader's major surgery just days before the declaration of a general election is expected 'Maddy' mania: John Mair explores some of the ethical issues arising from the global media-hype surrounding the disappearance of Madeleine McCann Mary Griffiths examines the performance of blogs and the new social networking sites in the recent Australian general election Tanja Dreher outlines a research project exploring the practices, politics and technologies of listening Stuart Dalziel, of the Society of Editors, exclusively reveals how the society arranged 'the understand-ing' between the editors and MoD which kept Prince Harry's deployment in Afghanistan secret for ten weeks - and his own considered views on the row Review Essay John Tulloch on the media and trust Review John Mair examines today's most controversial text on the British media malaise, Nick Davies' - Flat Earth News