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Understanding Media Ethics

by David Horner SAGE Publications Ltd
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Undergraduate students of media ethics and journalism ethics.

Relating Media Ethics to Media StudiesFoundations: Methods in Media EthicsTruth, Representation and NarrativeSolidarity, Sympathy and NeutralityValuing Images: Morality in PicturesLiberty and Censorship: Politics, Religion and SexMorality, Taste and ViolenceRegulating Media ContentRights and Persons: the Boundaries of PrivacyMedia Institutions: Morality and MarketsProfessionalism and Codes of PracticeThe New Media Landscape: Digital Media Ethics

This book engages the reader in a complex but clear exposition of issues in media ethics. It offers a valuable introduction for the undergraduate reader, one which uses accessible contemporary case studies to explore a framework of challenging ethical philosophy, leading from Aristotle and Kant to Murdoch and Leveson. Alec Charles