Image Ethics in the Digital Age

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Larry P. Gross, John Stuart Katz, Jay Ruby
U of Minnesota Press, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 370 pages
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From digital retouching to wholesale deception, the media world is now beset by an unprecedented range of moral, ethical, legal, and professional challenges. "Image Ethics in the Digital Age brings together leading experts in the fields of journalism, media studies, and law to address these challenges and assess their implications for personal and social values and behavior.
 

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Contents

Big Pictures and Interactors
1
Copyright Law and the Challenge of Digital Technology
143
And God Created Photoshop
183
The Advertising Photography
269
Ethical Implications for Consent
327
Digital Image Ethics
343
Contributors
351
Copyright

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Larry Gross is professor and director of Annenberg School of Communication at University of Southern California. He is coeditor, with John Stuart Katz and Jay Ruby, of Image Ethics: The Moral Rights of Subjects in Photography, Film, and Television (1988).

John Stuart Katz (1938-2010) was professor of English and film studies for 13 years at the University of Pennsylvania.He is coeditor, with Larry Gross and Jay Ruby, of Image Ethics: The Moral Rights of Subjects in Photography, Film, and Television (1988).

Jay Ruby is professor of anthropology at Temple University. He is coeditor, with John Stuart Katz and Larry Gross, of Image Ethics: The Moral Rights of Subjects in Photography, Film, and Television (1988).

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