This talk discusses practical ethical issues in the media. It focuses on how we can think about media and the choices that we have to make in order to consider the whole and not just the parts.
As a matter of fact, this talk is the best talk I’ve seen by any media theorist who’s gotten in the media field. The title is a bit misleading since it is not about the media, but the ethical issues that we have to wrestle with when we choose to consume media and what we need to do to make those choices.
The talk starts off with a discussion of what we mean by “media.” The term “media theorists” is generally used to refer to those who study the role of media in our lives. These theorists usually take up a particular philosophical position, which they call “ethical theories.
The theory of media ethics is one of the most important ones to know. It addresses how media affect our emotional and cognitive state as humans and how we should choose and consume media. The philosophy of ethics is one that addresses and solves problems in a specific situation without regard for the consequences. It doesn’t require moral judgments, it only tells you what the right thing to do is.
In the past, philosophers would often say, “oh, we must have a system that is very strong and reliable to make sure that we don’t get caught up in the world that is around us.
While this philosophy is certainly a good thing, it does require us to think about the consequences of the actions we take. We can have a lot of great ideas and no idea if or how they will carry consequences, so we need to be careful what we do.
People are very bad at making rational decisions. That’s a result of our very imperfect brains. We are not perfect, so we tend to make bad decisions that cause us to be hurt. The point of the Ethics in Media Theory course is to show us what the right thing to do is, and how to do it. It is not to make moral judgments, and we should certainly not decide that we are ethically right or wrong. The course is only about what we should do.
In short, there are a lot of practical applications of ethics in media theory. Some of these will be obvious to you, but others will be a bit more difficult to explain. If you are a media theorist, you should not believe that you can just toss out a bunch of theoretical concepts and say “Hey, I’m a media theorist.” The reason is that we are a culture, so we all feel the need to make moral judgments about the world.
This is all fine and good, but we still need to make judgments about whether we will be good or bad people. Media theorists are a bit more interested in the practical applications of their theories than in the theoretical ones.
One of the best practical examples of the media theory of ethics is found in the book, Ethics for the 21st Century, written by media theorist and professor of media studies, Jeroen van der Woud. In it he defines what a media theorist is and describes a number of key terms and definitions that media theorists use. The book is full of practical examples and practical applications of media theorist theories. And the best part is, it’s one of the best examples that you’ll find online.