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This book is a comprehensive introduction to media ethics and an exploration of how it must change to adapt to today's media revolution. Using an ethical framework for the new 'mixed media' ethics – taking in the global, interactive media produced by both citizens and professionals – Stephen J. A. Ward discusses the ethical issues which occur in both mainstream and non-mainstream media, from newspapers and broadcast to social media users and bloggers. He re-defines traditional conceptions of journalistic truth-seeking, objectivity and minimizing harm, and examines the responsible use of images in an image-saturated public sphere. He also draws the contours of a future media ethics for the 'new mainstream media' and puts forward cosmopolitan principles for a global media ethics. His book will be invaluable for all students of media and for others who are interested in media ethics.Read more
- Enables the reader to engage with the latest trends in global journalism and new media from an ethical perspective
- Covers the main issues for media today, identifying future ethical concerns
- Written for students as well as both amateur and professional journalists, with the view to develop ethical standards of their journalism
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- Date Published: October 2011
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521718165
- length: 298 pages
- dimensions: 247 x 175 x 14 mm
- weight: 0.6kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
Introduction: the shape of media ethics
1. What is ethics?
2. Analyzing media ethics: methods and aims
3. A free press in a media-connected world
4. Reaffirming truth and objectivity
5. Minimizing harm and the ethics of images
6. The ethics of converging journalism
7. Global media ethics.
Instructors have used or reviewed this title for the following courses
- Biblical Perspectives of Media and Culture
- Ethical Issues in Communication
- Ethics and the News Media
- Media Ethics
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