journalism with the coming of the digital age, and the increasing role that digital/information technology plays in media that reports or represents reality. Quinn begins his 2004 paper with the mention of the transition of non-digital/traditional photography into mainly digital photography with respect to journalism. More than just the changing of the photographic platform and format, Quinn notes the role that computer software that specializes in photographic manipulation in journalism. Early on, he
Photojournalism and digital imaging ethics Photojournalism, present day finds itself standing at the proverbial crossroads. Will digital imaging technologies and public cynicism lead to its downfall or will journalists rise to the challenge by practicing a new more credible form of visual /photo journalism. Ethical blunders by such journalistic icons as National Geographic and TIME have all contributed to visual journalism losing credibility with the public. It was only a hundred years ago that
NSN: 128098762 Achievement Standard 91367 Digital Technologies 2.40 Contents Introduction .............................................. 3 File Management ..................................... 4 Input, Output, Storage, Retrieval and Manipulation ............................................ 7 Ethical and Legal Issues ........................... 8 Backup Procedures and Conventions ... 10 The Role of Information Systems .......... 12 Bibliography .........................
TEP1281: ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT Being Watched: Ethical Issues on Privacy in Life TC203 Abzal Kalimbetov Aashini Shah Azmil Hakim Pramata Tausik Nur Dayana Ayuni Bt. Nur Rashidi Mohd Zuhaili Bin Mohd Suhaini 1092700423 1091103635 1101110738 1071118536 1101109183 1091105283 [This study investigates the ethical issues on privacy in life among students and lecturers at Multimedia University (MMU).] Being Watched: Ethical Issues on Privacy in Life TEP1281: ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL
by proposing a systematic approach that will guide the researcher Material published as part of this journal, either online or in print, on such a daunting task. is copyrighted by the publisher of the Informing Science Journal. Permission to make digital or paper copy of part or all of these works for personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that the copies are not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage AND that copies 1) bear this notice in full and 2) give the full
corporate social responsibility with regard to contemporary commerce. The ethical approaches of purpose, principle and consequence are integral components of business social performance; itemizing these contributions finds one incorporating the interests of ethics and morality within the corporate structure, essential concepts that are often absent from a managerial standpoint. Chapters two and three of Beauchamp and Bowie's Ethical Theory And Business address the very issues of corporate social responsibility
November 2003, Bangkok UNESCO Regional Unit for Social & Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific (RUSHSAP) 241 ETHICS OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) 1. INTRODUCTION Globalization and digital convergence in the emerging knowledge society has raised complex ethical, legal and societal issues. We are faced with complex and difficult questions regarding the freedom of expression, access to information, the right to privacy, intellectual property rights, and cultural diversity
Patwardhan, 2006) Movies and programs are watched many times, accordingly, product placements are not limited in time to the original filmed item. In addition, today 's technology can insert product placements in places they were not before. This digital product integration is a new frontier for paid product placement. As a result, consumers will see more and more product placements that are strategically placed in the media. Most product placements are for consumer products, yet service placements
hypothesis that is actually tested. c) the prediction that a negative correlation exists among the variables. d) all of the above. Designing management experiments often presents the researcher with ethical dilemmas, in which he or she must a) choose the appropriate participant pool without eliminating people who want to participate in the study. b) decide which coworkers should be co-authors on the resulting paper.
questionnaires d. surveys, strategic planning, and group problem solving (a; moderate; p. 35) 54. Quantitative techniques have become less intimidating with the advent of _______________. a. training of these techniques in college b. digital image processing c. sophisticated computer software d. managers with better mathematical skills (c; difficult; p. 35) 55. ______________ is a technique that managers use to improve resource allocation decisions. a. Linear programming