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    Ethical Implications of the Mediatization of Organizations.Michael Litschka & Matthias Karmasin - 2012 - Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 10 (4):222-239.
    PurposeThe aim of this paper is to give theoretical and empirical arguments for new forms of communication and structure of organizations within the media and information society. Organizations must legitimate their “licence to operate” through social discourses and stakeholder communication. Possibilities to institutionalize ethics within organizations and possible barriers to such a programme are analysed.Design/methodology/approachFirst, some theoretical arguments as to why mediatisation challenges organizations to prove ethical commitment are depicted, using a rights‐based and social contract approach. Second, empirical examples for (...)
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    Towards a Meta Ethics of Culture – Halfway to a Theory of Metanorms.M. Karmasin - 2002 - Journal of Business Ethics 39 (4):337 - 346.
    This article deals with cross-cultural ethics. It discusses the grid-group model and is ethical implications. We try to show how cross-cultural ethics remain possible under this paradigm of ethical relativism. We discuss the theory of discourse and apply it to intercultural communication. Finally we offer some rules for (an ethical) intercultural discourse, which also may be interpreted as metanorms for cross-cultural interaction.
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  3. Responsibility and Resistance: Ethics in Mediatized Worlds.Tobias Eberwein, Matthias Karmasin, Friedrich Krotz & Matthias Rath (eds.) - 2019 - Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.
    The volume deals with the normative challenges and the ethical questions imposed by, and through, the developments and changes in everyday life, culture and society in the context of media change. It is thus concerned with the questions of whether and how the central concept of ethics must evolve under these premises – or in other words: what form do ethics take in mediatized societies? In order to address this question and to stimulate and initiate a debate, the authors focus (...)
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    Maschinenethik: Normative Grenzen Autonomer Systeme.Matthias Rath, Friedrich Krotz & Matthias Karmasin (eds.) - 2018 - Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.
    Der Band untersucht die besonderen ethischen Probleme, die die Entwicklung autonom „handelnder“ und „kommunizierender“ medialer Systeme aufwirft. Da sie Prozesse nicht nur eigenständig vollziehen, sondern zugleich steuern, stellt sich die Frage, inwieweit sie in diesem „Handeln“ und „Entscheiden“ normativ orientiert werden können. Über frühere Entwicklungen hinaus entsteht zudem eine computergesteuerte digitale Infrastruktur, die alle symbolischen Operationen integriert und an sich bindet. Ausgehend von der Mediatisierungstheorie werden die medienethischen Implikationen solcher Systeme diskutiert.
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    1 Zur Konzeption von Medienethik als Unternehmensethik.Matthias Karmasin - 2010 - In Christian Schicha & Carsten Brosda (eds.), Handbuch Medienethik. Vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. pp. 217.
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    Medienunternehmung.Matthias Karmasin - 2010 - In Christian Schicha & Carsten Brosda (eds.), Handbuch Medienethik. Vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. pp. 217--231.
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  7. Handbook of Integrated CSR Communication.Sandra Diehl, Matthias Karmasin, Barbara Mueller, Ralf Terlutter & Franzisca Weder (eds.) - 2017 - Cham: Imprint: Springer.
    This handbook pursues an integrated communication approach. Drawing on the various fields of organizational communication and their relevance for CSR, it addresses innovative topics such as big data, social media, and the convergence of communication channels, as well as the roles they play in a successfully integrated CSR communication program. Further aspects covered include the analysis of sector-specific, cross-cultural, and ethical challenges related to the effective communication of CSR. This handbook is unique in its consistent focus on integrated communication. It (...)
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