Controversies in Media Ethics (Google eBook)

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Routledge, May 23, 2012 - Social Science - 608 pages
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Controversies in Media Ethics provides alternate perspectives on a variety of issues. In each chapter, opposing viewpoints are presented, followed by commentary. Issues covered include those of greatest concern in media: privacy, violence, pornography, advertising, Internet and new media issues are addressed.

  

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Contents

OVERARCHING PROBLEMS
Preface
Acknowledgements
About the Authors
THE BASICS
Mass Media Accountability
Individual Values Social Pressures and Conflicting
Moral Values
Media Ethics and the Economic Marketplace
Equity in Receiving
HOT TOPICS IN MEDIA ETHICS
The Ethics of Persuasive Communication
The Ethics of New Advertising Technologies
Infotainment Sensationalism and Reality
Violence and Sexuality
More Topics in the Ethical Debates

ROLES AND PRESSURES
The Ethics of Correctness and Inclusiveness
Codes of Ethics
New Ethics?
Digitally Manipulated Content

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