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Entertaining Ethics

Lessons in Media Ethics from Popular Culture

; Lee Wilkins

An accessible and imaginative approach to ethical theory, this book examines core concepts like truth-telling, loyalty, privacy, public service, media economics, social justice, advocacy, and accountability through the lens of popular films, television shows, and music. Les mer
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An accessible and imaginative approach to ethical theory, this book examines core concepts like truth-telling, loyalty, privacy, public service, media economics, social justice, advocacy, and accountability through the lens of popular films, television shows, and music. A perfect supplement to Media Ethics: Issues and Cases.

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Chad Painter is assistant professor of communication at the University of Dayton and past head of the AEJMC media ethics division



Lee Wilkins is Distinguished Curator's Teaching Professor and professor emeritus in the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri.