The Great Hanshin Earthquake and the ethics of intervention: A case-study in international and intercultural communication.
Excerpt: “This case study begins with a summary of events related to the Great Hanshin Earthquake. The case is then analyzed through the use of generalizable principles in four areas: the dangers of using one’s own cultural norms as a basis for moral approbation, the nature of a gift, paternalism, and the limits of pluralism.” (p.44)
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Elliott, D. (1997). The Great Hanshin Earthquake and the ethics of intervention: A case-study in international and intercultural communication. In F. Casmir (Ed). Ethics in intercultural and international communication. (pp. 43-58), Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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