Media Ethics Goes to the Movies

Media Ethics Goes to the Movies

Media Ethics Goes to the Movies

Media Ethics Goes to the Movies

Synopsis

Certain films seem to encapsulate perfectly the often abstract ethical situations that confront the media, from truth-telling and sensationalism to corporate control and social responsibility. Using these movies--including Ace in the Hole, All the President's Men, Network, and Twelve Angry Men--as texts, authors Howard Good and Michael Dillon demonstrate that, when properly framed and contextualized, movies can be a powerful lens through which to examine media practices.
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