Call for Chapter Proposals — “Contemporary Media Ethics”, Koji Fuse

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CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: Deadline extended to Dec. 31, 2010. Contemporary Media Ethics: A Practical Guide for Students, Scholars and Professionals in the Globalized World (2nd ed.), edited by Mitchell Land, Koji Fuse and Bill W. Hornaday

We seek chapter proposals (the maximum of 1,000 words with endnotes) for the second edition of Contemporary Media Ethics, which will be published by Marquette Books. This is a major revision. All chapters solicited are case analyses that compare utilitarian and non-utilitarian approaches to decision making in mass media practices. The non-utilitarian approach can be either non-Western or non-dominant Western. In particular, cross-cultural proposals that attempt to apply a non-Western philosophical foundation (e.g., the palaver, Confucianism, Daoism, Islam) to a U.S. domestic case are welcome. Proposals are due Dec. 31, 2010, and chapters due June 30, 2011. To learn complete details and requirements, please read through the project website very carefully at Should you have questions, do not hesitate to e-mail Koji Fuse at

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