Communication ethics and global change
Scholars from 14 countries provide articles on the topic of ethics for this volume, which discusses the political, methodological, technological and comparative views of nations towards ethical codes for their mass media.
Print Book, English, ©1989
Longman, White Plains, N.Y., ©1989
XXX-385 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
General theory; ethical theory in a global setting; global universals; social and political factors in the development of communication ethics; Spanish media ethics; media ethics and media morality in the Netherlands; media ethics in Poland; the Soviet Union; communication ethics and social change; communication, ethics and the Islamic traditions; dual ethics in India communication; a critical perspective on media ethics in Korea; mass media ethics in Japan; Third World countries; journalism ethics in China; journalism in Australia; the ethics of journalism in Peru; methodological challenges; interactive technologies; conclusions and directions.