Understanding Media Ethics
You can read the journal articles highlighted in each chapter by clicking on the Journal Articles link below. Please be aware each article will open in a new window.
Chapter 1: Relating Media Ethics to Media Studies
Chapter 2: Foundations: Methods in Media Ethics
Chapter 3: Truth, Representation and Narrative
Chapter 4: Solidarity, Sympathy and Neutrality
Chapter 5: Valuing Images: Morality in Pictures
Chapter 6: Liberty and Censorship: Politics, Religion and Sex
Chapter 7: Morality, Taste and Violence
Blaagard, B.B. (2013) ‘Shifting boundaries: objectivity, citizen journalism and tomorrow’s journalists’, Journalism [Online], 3 February. http://jou.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/01/15/1464884912469081 (accessed: 13 February 2013).
Chapter 8: Regulating Media Content
Kapidzic, S. and Herring, S.C. (2014) ‘Race, gender and self-representation in teen profile photographs’, New Media Society [Online], 27 January. http://nms.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/01/24/1461444813520301 (accessed: 26 January 2014).
Chapter 9: Rights and Persons: the Boundaries of Privacy
Chapter 10: Media Institutions: Morality and Markets
Chapter 11: Professionalism and Codes of Practice
Heemsbergen, Luke J. (2014) ‘Designing hues of transparency and democracy after WikiLeaks: vigilance to vigilantes and back again’, New Media & Society [Online], 24 February, http://nms.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/02/21/1461444814524323 (accessed: 23 April 2014).
Chapter 12: The New Media Landscape: Digital Media Ethics
Pihl-Thingvad, S. (2014) ‘Professional ideals and daily practice in journalism’, Journalism [Online], 5 February: 1–20. http://jou.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/02/04/1464884913517658 (accessed: 18 February 2014).
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