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Media and public shaming Media and public shaming :
LCC: PN4735 .M43 2013 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 302.23 full
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Lccn: 2013404129
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"The media today, and especially the national press, are frequently in conflict with people in the public eye, particularly politicians and celebrities, over the disclosure of private information and behaviour. Historically, journalists have argued that 'naming and shaming' serious wrong-doing and behaviour on the part of public officials is justified as being in the public interest. However, when the media spotlight is shone on perfectly legal personal behaviour, family issues and sexual orientation, and when, in particular, this involves ordinary people, the question arises of whether such matters are really in the 'public interest' in any meaningful sense of the term. In this book, leading academics, commentators and journalists from a variety of different cultures, consider the extent to which the media are entitled to reveal details of people's private lives, the laws and regulations which govern such revelations, and whether these are still relevant in the age of social media."--Publisher's website.
Table Of Contents
To Punish, Inform, and Criticise : The Goals of Naming and Shaming / Jacob Rowbottom
Public Interest or Public Shaming? / Julian Petley
Privacy and the Freedom of the Press : A False Dichotomy / Simon Dawes
On Privacy : From Mill to Mosley / Julian Petley
Disclosure and Public Shaming in the Age of New Visibility / Hanne Detel
Cultural and Gender Differences in Self-Disclosure on Social Networking Sites / Jingwei Wu and Heng Lu
Crime News and Privacy : Comparing Crime Reporting in Sweden, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom / Romayne Smith Fullerton and Maggie Jones Patterson
The Dominique Strauss-Kahn Scandal : Mediating Authenticity in Le Monde and the New York Times / Julia Lefkowitz
Public Interest and Individual Taste in Disclosing an Irish Minister's Illness / Kevin Rafter
Visible 'Evidence' in TV News : Regulating Privacy in the Public Interest? / Tim Dwyer
John Leslie : The Naming and Shaming of an Innocent Man / Adrian Quinn
The Two Cultures / John Lloyd.
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Petley, Julian. Media and public shaming
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University of Oxford. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Media and public shaming