What is the definition of communication ethics

Communication ethics

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Communication ethics (German) [edit]

Noun, f[To edit]

Word separation:

Com mu ni ka ti ons ethics, no plural

Pronunciation:

IPA: [kɔmunikaˈt͡si̯oːnsˌʔeːtɪk]
Audio samples: Communication ethics (Info)

Meanings:

[1] Practical Philosophy: Sub-area of ​​ethics that deals with ethical aspects of communication. In particular, the following three postulates of communication ethics are formulated: 1. The recognition of the other as a subject in communication; 2. The opening of communication to a basic correspondence in general (the Platonic homology); 3. The granting of a linguistic representation space in public for the individual

Origin:

Determinative compound from nouns communication and ethics as well as the joint element -s

Sense releated words:

[1] Media ethics

Generic terms:

[1] ethics

Examples:

[1] „„Communication ethics“Including some subspecies is in vogue today. If you ask why this is so, you usually get the answer that the "new media" are also raising new ethical problems that philosophy would have to deal with. "[1]

Translations [edit]

References and further information:

[1] Thomas Sören Hoffmann; Fernuniversität Hagen, Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Humanities Institute for Philosophy (publisher): Introduction to Practical Philosophy, Course Unit 3: Exemplary Concretions. 2011, page 18 ff., There Chapter 4.3 "Aspects of an ethics of communication", there also "Communication ethics"

Swell:

  1. Thomas Sören Hoffmann; Fernuniversität Hagen, Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Humanities Institute for Philosophy (publisher): Introduction to Practical Philosophy, Course Unit 3: Exemplary Concretions. 2011, page 18