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Privacy II: Volume 9 (Journal of Mass Media Ethics) [Paperback]

Jay Black , Ralph D. Barney

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Table of Contents

Volume 9, Number 4, 1994. Contents: Foreword. L. Hodges, The Journalist and Privacy. B. Steele, H. Benedict, P. Bowman, E. Brecher, T. French, Privacy in America: The Frontier of Duty and Restraint. J.T. Johnson, The Private I, You, They. N. Paul, Some Paradoxes of Privacy. R.E. Smith, The Right Versus the Need to Publish. K.R. Speckman, Using Data Bases to Serve Justice and Maintain the Public's Trust. G.A. Gladney, Bringing Communication Technology Under Ethical Analysis: A Case Study of Newspaper Audiotex. CASES AND COMMENTARIES:Should Videotape Rentals Be Private?

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