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Publication Date: 2011
Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
Gordon, A. David, Dorsher, Michael, Babcock, William E.
Media ethics is not an oxymoron. Rather it is a necessity which evolves with the world in which the media operate and on which the media report, a field that deals with a nearly endless array of grey areas where appropriate courses of action are not clear.Gordon, A. David is the author of 'Controversies in Media Ethics', published 2011 under ISBN 9780415963329 and ISBN 041596332X.
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