Communication and ethics

SOC 284

Publisher: Canadian Scholars" Press in Toronto

Written in English
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  • Communication -- Moral and ethical aspects.

Edition Notes

Other titlesSOC 284, Sociology 284
Statementedited by Shyon Baumann.
ContributionsBaumann, Shyon., University of Toronto. Dept. of Sociology.
The Physical Object
Pagination194 p. :
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19875916M

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).Andersen, K. A conversation about communication ethics with Kenneth E. Andersen. In P. Arneson (Ed.), Exploring communication ethics: Interviews with influential scholars in the field (pp.

New York: Peter Lang. Andersen. This was the book used for my Communication & Ethics class. It's incredibly dry, but what can you expect for an ethics book.

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