Ethics of Media reopens the question of media ethics. Taking an exploratory rather than prescriptive approach, an esteemed collection of contributors tackle the diverse areas of moral questioning at work within various broadcasting practices, accommodating the plurality and complexity of present-day ethical challenges posed by the world of media.…mehr
Ethics of Media reopens the question of media ethics. Taking an exploratory rather than prescriptive approach, an esteemed collection of contributors tackle the diverse areas of moral questioning at work within various broadcasting practices, accommodating the plurality and complexity of present-day ethical challenges posed by the world of media.
Edited By Nick Couldry, Mirca Madianou and Amit Pinchevski
1. Ethics of Media: An Introduction; Nick Couldry, Mirca Madianou and Amit Pinchevski PART I: FRAMINGS 2. Media Freedoms and Media Standards; Onora O'Neill 3. Living Well and Through Media; Nick Couldry 4. Arendt on Media Ethics: Revisiting Traditions as the Heart of the Public Sphere; Ron Arnett 5. Anthropological Realism for Global Media Ethics; Clifford Christians and Stephen J. A. Ward PART II: INTERFACES 6. The Culture of Blogging: At the Crossroads of Narcissism and Ethics; Joanna Zylinska 7. Facing the Image; Roy Brand and Amit Pinchevski 8. The Predicament of (Journalism) Ethics as seen in the About to Die Image: Levinas' Subjunctive Mood and the Third; Piotr Szpunar 9. Liberal Ethics and the Spectacle of War; Lilie Chouliaraki PART III: MEDIATIONS 10. On whose terms are you shown?; Daniel Dayan 11. Ethics of Mediation and the Voice of the Injured Subject; Mirca Madianou 12. A Metaethical Analysis of Moral Discourse on the Jeremy Kyle Show; Peter Lunt and Joe Livingstone PART IV: PRACTICES 13. 'Ethical Living' in the Media and in Philosophy; Sabina Lovibond 14. Wikileaks, National Security, and Cosmopolitan Ethics; Damian Tambini 15. Journalism, Ethics and the Impact of Competition; Angela Phillips 16. When Practice is Undercut by Ethics; Barbie Zelizer
"Ethics of Media features a wealth of case studies that will appeal to anyone interested in the study of contemporary media praxis. It can pride itself on having brought together some excellent contributions by authors who are acknowledged experts in the field, and offers a discussion of issues that directly relate to the current state of media ecology, including the ethics of blogging, Wikileaks, war reporting and the crisis in press standards. I have little doubt that the book will establish itself as a reference work on media ethics." - Lieve Gies, University of Leicester, UK
"Ethics of Media offers a broad and yet remarkably deep account of what ethics means in the realm of enduring and emerging forms of public and social communication. Empirically rich and normatively provocative, it stands as a corrective to the abundant ambivalence about the prospects for responsible and accountable media." -Theodore L. Glasser, Stanford University, USA
"This collection is a timely series of contributions from a range of philosophers and communications scholars seeking to engage with a set of questions about what it would mean to think of an ethics of media, as distinct from what seems to be the increasingly outdated legalism of 'media ethics'." - Patrick Weir, LSE Review
"Ethics of Media raises compelling questions about media, with plenty of ideas on what the answers might be... the editors did a superb job of mixing issues and views. Questions on ethics are endless, and so are the answers. This book helps sort through the complexities." - Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 2015