ABSTRACT. In the present paper, I focus on participation in global ethics discourses, ethical claims of the mainstream media, today’s portable communication technology, journalism codes of ethics, and ethical differences between print and broadcast media. The goal of the present study is to determine if there are relationships between the scope of media ethics, the ethics of communication, the media’s ability to affect the thinking and reasoning of the audience, the mediation of social relations by information and communication technologies, and the moral consequences of electronic mediation. pp. 162–168

Keywords: practice of media ethics, mainstream media, Web-based journalism


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