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Amazing experience listening to keynote speaker Prof. Ron Arnett build speech around my book, revealing depths I didn’t know it had. He talked about the ground of ethics, about communication as secondary to content and the need not for more dialogue, which can lead to empty engagement, but capacity to,listen to monologue, to hear the other.
In particular he highlighted book’s acceptance of fallibility and multiplicity as opposed to modernity’s unipolar linear insistence on one positive narrative. Role of shadow strongly welcomed as counter balance to this story. Really wonderful to hear my work reflected back with such depth of reflection.

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The book is now published Public relations ethics and professionalism: the shadow of excellence

and my copies have arrived in Australia. It looks sort of ordinary – perhaps I envisaged some illuminated gold-leaf manuscript, commensurate to the effort involved.

But it already has a kind of life – hence the invite to University of New South Wales seminar series,

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and, rather excitingly, a heads-up that the book will get a mention in Professor Ron Arnett’s (Duquesne University) keynote address to the forthcoming Euprera conference in Brussels this September.

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