About the Author;
Thomas W. Cooper, former assistant to Marshall McLuhan, is a tenured associate professor of mass communication at Emerson College. He received the Helen Rose Ethics in Communication Award for 1996 and honorable mention for the Coltrin Communication Professor of the Year Award from the International Radio and Television Society in 1997. Thomas researches ethical questions in mass communication, journalism, speech, and the arts, and has edited many publications in these fields, including "Television and Ethics," "Natural Rhythms," and "Communication Ethics and World Change."
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Here is a treasure of knowledge, insight, and especially inspiration for all who have an interest in ethical, "authentic" communication, beyond the Native American cultures which provide both context and model...a call to learn from Indigenous Peoples...a journey of the heart as well as the mind.