Media Ethics: Issues and Cases
McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Jul 23, 2007 - Business & Economics - 366 pages
By combining real-life and hypothetical cases with a succinct introduction to ethical theory, this text helps students prepare for the ethical situations they will encounter in the media professions. It is an ideal choice as the main text in a media ethics course or as a supplemental text in any course in journalism.
The new edition reflects changes in the world post 9/11, including the war in Iraq, the Enron and WorldCom scandals, and a new look at media and democracy in light of FCC-approved media consolidation.
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Included in this thought-provoking book are examples and cases of morals and ethics meeting real-world journalism practices. Media Ethics: Issues and Cases presents the ethical dilemmas that journalists face daily. Anybody who wants to know why media acts the way they do should read this book.
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The authors of this book are terribly ignorant and it really demolished their credentials. It is so ridiculously biased, but that is to be expected from a journalism textbook. The "Media Economics ... Read full review
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