By Amit M. Schejter, Noam Tirosh
In this e-book, distributional justice theories built through John Rawls and Amartya Sen are utilized to the governance of today’s media, presenting a clean, and leading edge evaluation of the capability function for media in society. 3 case reviews describe the usage of recent media by way of marginalized groups in Israel – Ethiopian immigrants, the Bedouin and Palestinians – and set the level for media coverage students, academics and scholars to debate an analytic framework for media coverage that's clean, assorted, leading edge and unique. Departing from the utilitarian ideas that dominate Western liberal regimes, and that experience resulted in the proliferation of media platforms within which keep an eye on is targeted within the arms of the few, this paintings proposes another that makes a speciality of redistributing energy and voice.
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SCHEJTER AND N. TIROSH one’s environment. For his part, Sen (2004a) is insistent that such a list is not required. Creating such a list based on theoretical conceptions of scholars, he claims, denies the subjects of the rights to these capabilities from participating in the deliberation, which leads to the creation of the list for the list developers themselves. Nussbaum (2003), however, does not stop at critiquing Sen’s lack of specificity of capabilities; she also criticizes his lack of specificity with regard to the freedoms a society should aspire to promote.
A Justice-Based Approach for New Media Policy: In the Paths of Righteousness by Amit M. Schejter, Noam Tirosh