Understanding Digital Ethics: Cases and Contexts

New York, NY: Routledge. Edited by Rudy McDaniel & Nancy A. Stanlick (2019)
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Abstract

Given the rapid changes in technology and the growing use of electronic media there is a need for better understanding the ethical and social implications of digital media. The effects of digital media have significant ethical implications which are easy to overlook, given the embeddedness of the digital in our everyday lives. _Understanding Digital Ethics_ offers a philosophically grounded consideration of digital ethics and: Defines and critically evaluates the impact of digital ethics on society Examines ethical concerns and issues, using sample case studies. Understanding Digital Ethics is an important resource for students and scholars in the field of philosophical ethics, digital technology and digital/moral literacy.

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Nancy Stanlick
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Jonathan Beever
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