Communication and ethics: The informal and formal curricula

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 2 (1):71 – 79 (1986)
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Abstract

The informal curriculum of environment educates the human being far more about ethics and values than does the formal education curriculum. The ratio between the informal (ethical education by media) and formal (education about media ethics) has become absurd. A number of absurd ratios reveal hidden values taught by mass communication

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