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Virtual Morality: Morals, Ethics and New Media (Counterpoints)

   by Mark J. P. Wolf

    Peter Lang Publishing
    01 October, 2003


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Contributors from communications, philosophy, religion, business, and anthropology ponder such issues as digital media and the scope of computer ethics, psychoanalytic perspectives on the virtual classroom, and why evangelicals need free speech on the Internet. No index is provided.Copyright © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Book Description
New technologies continue to shape communication and how we think about and relate to the world around us. What is rarely examined is how these new media relate to morals and ethics in society and culture. In a series of twelve essays, written from a variety of viewpoints including philosophy, communication, media and art, and situating its arguments around the three poles of technology, community, and religion, this collection examines the relationship between morals and ethics and new media, ranging from the ways in which new communication technologies are employed to their effects on the messages communicated and those who use them.

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