Intended for applied philosophy courses and mass communication courses, this text takes an interdisciplinary view on the key topics in communication, ethics, literature, psychology, religion, and history. The writings in this anthology serve as a basis for a critical analysis of ethical issues facing the mass communication industry today.
A textbook for graduate or undergraduate students of mass media, teaching them to accommodate diversity and deal with ethical conflicts inherent in social interactions. Vital questions are raised about why certain decisions should be made. There is a short glossary without pronunciation guides. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)