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Communication Ethics, Media, and Popular Culture


Phyllis M. Japp, Mark Meister and Debra K. Japp

Contents: Phyllis M. Japp/Mark Meister/Debra K. Japp: Communication Ethics, Media, and Popular Culture: An Introduction – Jeffery L. Bineham: The Construction of Ethical Codes in the Discourse and Criticism of Popular Culture – Phyllis M. Japp: Representation as Ethical Discourse: Communicating with and about Mediated Popular Culture – Mark Meister: Leopold’s Land Ethic: Environmental Ethics and Sustainable Advertising – Jeffery L. Bineham: Tragedy and Comedy as Ethical Responses to John Rocker – Paula S. Tompkins: Is There More to Ethics than the Prime Directive? Personal Integrity in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager – Jon A. Hess/Joy Piazza: Public and Relational Communication Ethics in Political Communication: Integrity, Secrecy, and Dialogue in The Contender – Jennifer McGee: «In the End, It’s All Made Up»: The Ethics of Fanfiction and Real Person Fiction – Dan T. Molden: Eminem and the Rhetoric of «Real»: The Implications of «Keeping It Real» on Ethics and Credibility – Scott Titsworth/ Jeffery St. John: (Re)Constructing the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall: Ethical Choicemaking and the Construction of Self in Online Popular Culture – Diana L. Rehling: When You Lie with Friends – Greg Carlson: You Are Forgiven: Interpersonal and Familial Ethics in the Films of Wes Anderson – Debra K. Japp: Judge Judy and Dr. Phil: Advice with an Attitude.