Ethics and Media Culture






We are living in an age where the sheer scale of information is seen as a central feature of western societies. The power of the media to penetrate the lives of individuals is immense and whilst production and consumption are vitally important for areas of debate, ethics adds an interesting inflection to current debates, and to a large degree, represents a crucial departure for disciplines such as cultural studies, and the sociology of culture and communications that is inclusive of a discourse on ethics in the media, the consolidation of which would lead to a new paradigm for future media analysis. In this context, Ethics and Media Culture: Practices and Representations, is an interdisciplinary ...

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