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Media and Public Shaming


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List of Contributors Foreword, Hugh Tomlinson QC Introduction, Julian Petley, Brunel University To Punish, Inform and Criticize: 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 Digital Age, Hanne Detel Cultural and Gender Differences in Self-Disclosure on Social Networking Sites, Jingwei Wu 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-Khan Scandal: Mediating Authenticity in Le Monde and the New York Times, Julia Lefkowitz, American University Paris Public Interest and Individual Taste in Reporting an Irish Minister's Illness, Kevin Rafter Visible 'Evidence' in TV News: Regulating Privacy and the Public Interest, Tim Dwyer John Leslie: The Naming and Shaming of an Innocent Man, Adrian Quinn The Two Cultures, John Lloyd Index

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Julian Petley is Professor of Screen Media in the School of Arts at Brunel University, a member of the editorial board of the British Journalism Review and of the advisory board of Index on Censorship. He has recently co-edited 'Moral Panics in the Contemporary World' (with Chas Critcher, Jason Hughes, and Amanda Rohloff), and his most recent publications include 'Film and Video Censorship in Modern Britain' and 'Censorship: A Beginner's Guide'. A former journalist, he is co-chair of the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom.

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