Mark Fackler, professor of communication arts and sciences
DeVos Communication Center 250E
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- AB – Westmont College, philosophy, 1969
- MA – University of Minnesota, mass communication, 1971
- MA – Wheaton College, theological studies, 1978
- PhD – University of Illinois, 1982
communication ethics, East African peace and reconciliation, peace journalism and professional media practice
An Ethic for Public Communication, with Clifford Christians and John Ferre. Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
Handbook of Global Communication Ethics, ed., with Robert Fortner. Blackwell: forthcoming.
Ethics and Evil in the Public Square, ed., with Robert Fortner. Original chapter, with Eric Baker: “Journalism Makes You Kind of Selfless: The Kenyan Press Code in Search of a Paradigm.” Hampton: 2010.
Media Ethics: Cases and Moral Reasoning, 8th ed., with Clifford Christians, Kathy Brittain McKee, Robert Woods, and Peggy Kreshel (Boston: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon, 2009).
Good News: Social Ethics and the Press, with Clifford Christians and John Ferre (New York: Oxford University Press, 1993).
Mark Fackler is on the editorial board for the Journal of Communication and Religion, Journal of Media and Religion and the Journal of Mass Media Ethics.
Read Mark Fackler's statement on the integration of faith and communication studies.
Download Mark Fackler's professional curriculum vitae.