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by Kathleen Glenister Roberts,Ronald C. Arnett

Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Author: Kathleen Glenister Roberts,Ronald C. Arnett
ISBN: 1433103265
ISBN13: 978-1433103261
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; New edition edition (August 6, 2008)
Pages: 297
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Communication Ethics : Between Cosmopolitanism and Provinciality. by Kathleen Glenister Roberts. This volume occasions a dialogue between major authors in the field who engage in a conversation on cosmopolitanism and provinciality from a communication ethics perspective.

Communication Ethics: Between Cosmopolitanism and Provinciality. In Kathleen Glenister Roberts (e., Communication Theory and Millennial Popular Culture: Essays and Applications. New York: Peter Lang, 2015. New York: Peter Lang, 2008. Journal Articles (2012 - Present).

Critical Intercultural Communication Studies.

Books : Communication Ethics: Between Cosmopolitanism and Provinciality (Critical Intercultural Communication Studies) (Hardcover). Critical Intercultural Communication Studies. Peter Lang In. International Academic Publishers.

John Stewart, Cosmopolitan Communication Ethics: Understanding and Action, in Communication Ethics: Between Cosmopolitanism and Provinciality, ed. Kathleen Glenister Roberts and Ronald C. Arnett (New York: Peter Lang, 2008), 105–119.

by Kathleen Glenister Roberts. series Critical Intercultural Communication Studies

by Kathleen Glenister Roberts. series Critical Intercultural Communication Studies. This book is concerned with cosmopolitanism – a privileged notion of world citizenship – and whether or not a cosmopolitan position is conducive to human flourishing when its preoccupation is aesthetic. The Limits of Cosmopolis addresses the question of how human life is organized: Is it possible to be a citizen of the world ? Is there a difference between avowing that identity for oneself and morally and ethically making a commitment to others? What are the implications for communication – for a real dialogue of cultures?

by Kathleen Glenister Roberts, Ronald C. Arnett.

by Kathleen Glenister Roberts, Ronald C. ISBN 9781433103261 (978-1-4331-0326-1) Softcover, Peter Lang In. International Academic Publishers, 2008.

What this book tries to do, in part, is blur the lines between the differences between today's college students - the millennial generation - and their professors, many of whom hail from the Boom Generation and Generation X. In the following chapters, contributors build upon what both parties already know. Using this book, students will become familiar with key theories in communication while developing creative and critical thinking.

This volume occasions a dialogue between major authors in the field who engage in a conversation on cosmopolitanism and provinciality from a communication ethics perspective. There is no consensus on what constitutes communication ethics, cosmopolitanism, or provinciality: the task is more modest and diverse and began with contributors being asked what the bias of their work suggests or offers for understanding the theme Communication Ethics: Between Cosmopolitanism and Provinciality. Rather than responding authoritatively, each essay acknowledges the contributor’s own work. This book offers no answers, but invites a conversation that is more akin to a beginning, a joining, an admission that there is more than «me», «us», or «my kind» of people, theory, or wisdom. The book will be an excellent resource for instructors and for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in communication.
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