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Proper distance: toward an ethics for cyberspace

  title={Proper distance: toward an ethics for cyberspace},
  author={Roger Silverstone},
Mobilizing Love in Literacy Classrooms: Connection, Resistance, and Pedagogy
University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. June 2017. Major: Education, Curriculum and Instruction. Advisor: Cynthia Lewis. 1 computer file (PDF); vi, 271 pages.
How distant others are mediated by UK television
Children’s documentaries: distance and ethics in European storytelling about the wider world
ABSTRACT The material challenges of funding, commissioning and distribution that are well known to inhibit production of children’s factual content about other countries and cultures operate in
Journalism and Witnessing
  • M. Pantti
  • Political Science
    The Handbook of Journalism Studies
  • 2019
Changes in media technologies have spurred new practices and forms of witnessing and accordingly, stimulated research on witnessing in the field of journalism. Witness testimonies offering firsthand
Mediating the agency of distant others: Proper distance in fair trade communication on Facebook
To introduce economic justice into global trade, fair trade organizations strive to ‘shorten the distance’ between producers and consumers through mediation. This article problematizes the idea of
Proximity As A Journalistic Keyword In The Digital Era
Proximity is an ambiguous journalistic notion for which there is no single definition. In this article, we re-evaluate the relevance and use of the concept in the digital news environment. Based on
Cosmopolitan Literacies, Social Networks, and “Proper Distance”: Striving to Understand in a Global World
Abstract How are identities as cosmopolitan citizens realized in practice, and how can dialogue be fostered across differences in culture, language, ideology, and geography? More particularly, how
Tweens, Cyberbullying, and Moral Reasoning: Separating the Upstanders from the Bystanders
Abstract Purpose To inform policy, curricula, and future research on cyberbullying through an exploration of the moral reasoning of digitally active 10–14-year olds (tweens) when witnesses to
A culturalist critique of ‘online community’ in new media studies
The genealogy of the community concept is traced, addressing the conflicting views of community as a morally valued way of life and as a complex of social relationships in Western sociology.
A Crisis of Presence: On-line Culture and Being in the World
This paper is a discussion about presence and its relationship to ethical and moral behaviour. In particular, it problematises the notion of presence within a contemporary culture in which social


Speaking into the Air: A History of the Idea of Communication
In contemporary debates, communication is variously invoked as a panacea for the problems of both democracy and love, as a dream of a new information society brought about by new technologies, and as
Otherwise than being, or, Beyond essence
The Argument.- I. Essence and Disinterest.- The Exposition.- II. Intentionality and Sensing.- III. Sensibility and Proximity.- IV. Substitution.- V. Subjectivity and Infinity.- In Other Words.- VI.
The death of distance : how the communications revolution will change our lives
The Trendspotter's Guide to New Communications is a guide to the communications revolution from the perspective of a 21st-Century perspective.
Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity
Most people spend an increasing amount of time in soulless, impersonal places: motorways, airports, in front of cash machines, TVs and computers. For the author, this is symptomatic of the experience
Sociology beyond societies : mobilities for the twenty-first century
Preface 1. Societies 2. Metaphors 3. Travellings 4. Senses 5. Times 6. Dwellings 7. Citizenships 8. Sociologies
A Sense for the Other: The Timeliness and Relevance of Anthropology
Preface to the English edition An introductory word 1. Who is the other? 2. Others and their meaning 3. The proximal other, or the other next door 4. The others' norm 5. Knowledge and recognition
Totality and infinity : an essay on exteriority
Preface.- Section I. The Same and the Other.- A. Metaphysics and Transcendence.- 1. Desire for the Invisible.- 2. The Breach of Totality.- 3. Transcendence Is Not Negativity.- 4. Metaphysics Precedes
Why study the media
The Texture of Experience Mediation Technology Textual Claims And Analytical Strategies Rhetoric Poetics Erotics Dimensions Of Experience Play Performance Consumption Locations of Action and
Defining Interactivity
A conceptual definition of interactivity is proposed based on six dimensions: direction of communication, time flexibility, sense of place, level of control, responsiveness, and perceived purpose of communication.