In this book, you'll find yourself engaged firsthand as you take on the role of ethical decision maker, and you'll analyze rich and original case studies, arrive at your own conclusions--and master the process of moral reasoning. The author prepares you for the journey by providing a clear decision-making model--a framework to help you structure your thinking.
|Series:||Mass Communication Ser.|
|Edition description:||Older Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.31(w) x 9.14(h) x 0.67(d)|
Table of Contents
Part One: FOUNDATION AND PRINCIPLES. 1. Ethics and Moral Development. 2. Ethics and Society. 3. Ethics and Moral Reasoning. Part Two: CASES IN MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS. 4. Truth and Honesty in Media Communications. 5. The Media and Privacy: A Delicate Balance. 6. Confidentiality and the Public Interest. 7. Conflicts of Interest. 8. Economic Pressures and Social Responsibility. 9. The Media and Antisocial Behavior. 10. Morally Offensive Content: Freedom and Responsibility. 11. Media Content and Juveniles: Special Ethical Concerns. 12. Media Practitioners and Social Justice. 13. Stereotypes in Media Communications. Appendixes.