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Unnamed: Does anonymity need to be defended?

by Rachael Jolley Sage Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
10/2016
ISBN:
9781526404534
Format:
Pbk 200 pages
Price:
AU$21.99 NZ$22.60
Product Status: Available in Approx 14 days
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The special report in this issue includes an analysis of the value of anonymity with articles looking at when it is used and why. Does it pose threats if people choose to write under a pen name? Is that as true of a book as a Tweet? Why should that be? It also looks at why writers, journalists and artists choose to do work under an assumed name, now and in the past.



  • Writers include: Julian Baggini

  • Hilary Mantel

  • Valerie Plame Wilson

  • Kaya Genç

  • filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky

  • Turkish journalist Can Dündar.


Plus why anonymity is under threat in India, why the people who help out foreign correspondents are under threat once they leave, and Chinese artists who feel under threat outside China.

Anonymity Matters - Rachael Jolley
Part 1: The Unnamed
Under The Wires - Caroline Lees
Art Attack - Jemimah Steinfeld
Naming Names - Suhrith Parthasarathy
Secrets and Spies - Valerie Plame Wilson
Undercover Artist - Jan Fox
A Meeting at Trolls Anonymous - John Crace
Whose Name Is On The Frame? - Kaya Genç
Spooks and Sceptics - John Lloyd
Privacy and Encryption - Bethany Horne
“I Have a Name?? - Ananya Azad
The Smear Factor - Rupert Myers
Stripsearch Cartoon - Martin Rowson
Signing Off - Julian Baggini
The Snowden Effect - Charlie Smith
Leave No Trace - Mark Frary
Goodbye to the Byline - Edward Lucas
What’s Your Emergency? - Jason Daponte
Yakety Yak (Don’t Hate Back) - Sean Vannata
Global View - Jodie Ginsberg
Part 2: In Focus
Blot, Erase, Delete - Hilary Mantel
Murder In Moscow: Anna’s Legacy - Andrey Arkhangelsky
Writing in Riddles - Hamid Ismailov
Owners of Our Own Words - Irene Caselli
Sackings, South Africa and Silence - Natasha Joseph
“Journalists Must Not Feel Alone?? - Can Dündar
Part 3: Culture
Bottled-Up Messages - Basma Abdel Aziz
Muscovite Memories - Maria Stepanova
Silence Is Not Golden - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Write Man for the Job - Kaya Genç
Index around the World - Josie Timms
What Ever Happened To Luther Blissett? - Vicky Baker