Media, Markets, and Morals
February 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
- Brings together experts in the fields of media studies and media ethics, information ethics, and professional ethics
- Offers an original ethical framework designed specifically for evaluating ethical issues in the media, including new media
- Builds upon and further develops an innovative theoretical model for examining and evaluating media corruption and methods of media anti-corruption previously developed by authors Spence and Quinn
- Discloses and clarifies the inherent ethical nature of information and its communication to which the media as providers of information are necessarily committed
2 Information Ethics as a Guide for the Media: Old Tricks for New Dogs.
3 The Business of the Media and the Business of the Market.
4 Professionalism in Behavior and Identity.
5 A Conflict of Media Roles: Advertising, Public Relations, and Journalism.
6 Corruption in the Media.
7 Two Dimensions of Photo Manipulation: Correction and Corruption.
8 Promoting, Codifying, and Regulating Ethics.
9 Moral Excellence and Role Models in the Media.