Image Ethics: The Moral Rights of Subjects in Photographs, Film, and Television (Communication and Society)
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA | Number Of Pages: 400 | Publication Date: 1991-02-28 | ISBN-10: 0195067800 | PDF | 20 Mb
This pathbreaking collection of thirteen original essays examines the moral rights of the subjects of documentary film, photography, and television. Image makers--photographers and filmmakers--are coming under increasing criticism for presenting images of people that are considered intrusive and embarrassing to the subject. Portraying subjects in a "false light," appropriating their images, and failing to secure "informed consent" are all practices that intensify the debate between advocates of the right to privacy and the public's right to know. Discussing these questions from a variety of perspectives, the authors here explore such issues as informed consent, the "right" of individuals and minority groups to be represented fairly and accurately, the right of individuals to profit from their own image, and the peculiar moral obligations of minorities who image themselves and the producers of autobiographical documentaries.
Image Ethics - The Moral Rights of Subjects in Photographs, Film, and Television
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