When undertaking the multifaceted task of writing a text on media ethics from a variety of different perspectives, including an emphasis on an industry point of view, it really helps if you have a large number of people willing to assist. I have been particularly fortunate in this regard.

Specifically, four specialists agreed to write key chapters: Carol Ames, who wrote Chapter 12 on ethical issues connected with work in public relations; Jeff Brody, who wrote Chapter 8 about journalistic ethics; Martin P. Carlson, who analyzed some ethical issues that arise in business affairs negotiations in Chapter 2; and Brian Gross who wrote about ethical issues in new media in Chapter 9.

I am also particularly grateful to Mary Ann Watson ...

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