A contextual discussion on justice, equality and gender in media ethics [Kontekstualna dyskusja na temat sprawiedliwości, równości i płci w etyce mediów]

Karsten Weber

Institute for Social Research and Technology Assessment, OTH Regensburg
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8875-2386


Abstrakt

Jeśli koncepcja sprawiedliwości i równości z uwzględnieniem płci ma zostać włączona do etyki mediów, należy wyjaśnić, jaka koncepcja sprawiedliwości i/lub równości ma zostać zaadaptowana z szerokiego spektrum filozofii politycznej i społecznej. W niektórych teoriach sprawiedliwości pojęcie równości odgrywa ważną rolę, podczas gdy inne zaprzeczają, że sprawiedliwość idzie w parze z równością. W artykule zarysowano tę złożoność i niejednoznaczność, aby pokazać, jak koncepcje sprawiedliwości i równości wpływają na istotne dla płci debaty w mediach i etykę mediów. W tym celu należy jednak ustalić, jakimi dobrami społecznymi należałoby się zająć, jeśli sprawiedliwość i równość miałyby zostać włączone do etyki mediów. W ramach podsumowania należy zauważyć, że włączenie do etyki mediów koncepcji sprawiedliwości i równości z uwzględnieniem płci jako etyki zawodowej dziennikarstwa może prowadzić do zakwestionowania norm i wartości właściwych dla tego zawodu, a tym samym do zakwestionowania samego zawodu.


Słowa kluczowe:

sprawiedliwość, równość, gender, etyka mediów, dziennikarstwo, etyka zawodowa

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Weber, K. (2022). A contextual discussion on justice, equality and gender in media ethics [Kontekstualna dyskusja na temat sprawiedliwości, równości i płci w etyce mediów]. Media - Kultura - Komunikacja Społeczna, (18). https://doi.org/10.31648/mkks.6828

Karsten Weber 
Institute for Social Research and Technology Assessment, OTH Regensburg
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8875-2386



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