Ethical Space Vol.15 Issue 3/4
Sue Joseph

8.268 x 11.693 inches (210 x 297 mm)
112 pages
ISBN: 9781845497330
Ethical Space Vol.15 Issue 3/4
Special Issue:

The ethics of the journalistic memoir: Radical departures

Edited by Sue Joseph


  • Lara Pawson's genre-bending memoir – gravitas and the celebration of unique cultural spaces – by Richard Lance Keeble
  • When journalism isn't enough: 'Horror surrealism' in Behrouz Boochani's testimonial prison narrative – by Willa McDonald
  • On being unfair: The ethics of the memoir-journalism hybrid – by Lisa A. Phillips
  • Stan Grant and cultural memory: Embodying a national race narrative through memoir – by Sue Joseph


  • Liberal mass media and the 'Israel lobby' theory – by T. J. Coles
  • Media trust and use among urban news consumers in Brazil – by Flαvia Milhorance and Jane Singer
  • Balancing instrumental rationality and value rationality in communicating information: A study of the 'Nobel Older Brother' case – by Lili Ning
  • Dumbs gone to Iceland: (Re)presentations of English national identity during Euro 2016 and the EU referendum – by Roger Domeneghetti
  • 'An eye in the eye of the hurricane': Fire and fury, immersion and ethics in political literary journalism – by Kerrie Davies
  • The science communication challenge: Truth and disagreement in democratic knowledge societies – by Gitte Meyer

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