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Media, Markets, and Morals provides an original ethicalframework designed specifically for evaluating ethical issues inthe media, including new media. The authors apply their account ofthe moral role of the media, in their dual capacity as informationproviders for the public good and as businesses run for profit, tospecific morally problematic practices and question how ethicalbehavior can be promoted within the industry.
* Brings together experts in the fields of media studies andmedia ethics, information ethics, and professional ethics
* Offers an original ethical framework designed specifically forevaluating ethical issues in the media, including new media
* Builds upon and further develops an innovative theoreticalmodel for examining and evaluating media corruption and methods ofmedia anti-corruption previously developed by authors Spence andQuinn
* Discloses and clarifies the inherent ethical nature ofinformation and its communication to which the media as providersof information are necessarily committed