- September 3, 2002 at 12:00 am #10515
Is there a difference between media ethics in an individualistic society (e.g. England, United States) and a communal society (e.g. China, Thailand)? Would the disaster that happened with Princess Diana ever occur in an Asian (communal) country?
User Detail :Name : Alexandra L., Gender : F, Age : 20, City : Melbourne, State : NA Country : Australia, Occupation : Student, February 10, 2004 at 12:00 am #29003
No, opportunistic journalists would never cause the death of a celebrity in, say, China. However, a state-sponsored news organ would never take the initiative to topple a flagrantly unethical head of state, e.g. Nixon and Watergate.
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