Media Ethics: Military Video Games

Media Ethics: Military Video Games

Madelinerose Kossmann, Tyler Brown, Dane Lewis evaluate the potential effects military based video games have on those who play them, and whether or not they were intended by the producers. Bryce Kristall and Sarah Paint...
Media Ethics: Disney Princesses

Media Ethics: Disney Princesses

Katherine Bunster and Ella Graffin examine the portrayal of women as princesses in Disney’s animated films. Bryce Kristall and Sarah Painter evaluate a sexually influenced free-world video game. Click here. Madelin...
Media Ethics: Second Life

Media Ethics: Second Life

Bryce Kristall and Sarah Painter explore the world of Second Life, a reality based video game that allows it’s users to live out their fantasies. Katherine Bunster and Ella Graffin look at Disney princesses. Click ...
Media Ethics: Ethics of #Gamergate

Media Ethics: Ethics of #Gamergate

Howard Good’s Fall 2014 Media Ethics class was asked to create films interpreting this quote by Theodor W. Adorno: “Triviality is evil – triviality, that is, in the form of consciousness and mind that adapts ...
Media Ethics: Murrow and Trivial Media

Media Ethics: Murrow and Trivial Media

Howard Good’s Fall 2014 Media Ethics class were asked to create films interpreting this quote by Theodor W. Adorno: “Triviality is evil – triviality, that is, in the form of consciousness and mind that adapts...
Media Ethics: Triviality is Evil

Media Ethics: Triviality is Evil

Howard Good’s Fall 2014 Media Ethics class were asked to create films interpreting this quote by Theodor W. Adorno: “Triviality is evil – triviality, that is, in the form of consciousness and mind that adapts...