Corporate Social Responsibility of Television Networks
A discussion on corporate social responsibility of television networks defined in this paper as, "business decision-making linked to ethical values, compliance with legal requirements, and respect for people, communities, and the environment".
# 7986 | 950 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on Feb 05, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Communication (Television) , Business (Management)
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The following paper focuses on the social responsibility of television networks in their depiction of violence. The writer gives a general introduction of the ethical issues of corporate responsibility and outlines the specifics of the corporate responsibility of television networks in their depiction of violence on television. Recommendations are given to help formulate a policy that addresses this issue. This paper also delves into the details of the implementation and evaluation of the policy to address the responsibility of television networks for violence shown on television.
From the Paper:"I believe that it is not unreasonable to hold corporations to the same, if not a greater, responsibility toward the rest of society. The actions of corporations can affect, quite literally, millions of people. We only need to look at the Nestle Infant Milk Formula controversy for an especially distasteful example. Here, Nestle used misleading marketing to sell artificial infant formula to third-world children, resulting in the death of millions of these babies. See Dobbing (1988) for a detailed description of this case. Closer to home, the recent Enron scandal is another example how the actions of a corporation can damage millions of lives."
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