Things we know about media and morality

Richard Huskey, Nicholas Bowman, Allison Eden, Matthew Grizzard, Lindsay Hahn, Robert Lewis, Nicholas Matthews, Ron Tamborini, Joseph B. Walther, Rene Weber

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Abstract

Crockett’s Comment ‘Moral outrage in the digital age’1 explains<br>how social media affect responses to moral violations and the consequences thereof: social media increase the frequency of exposure to moral violations, alter the cost and constraints of experiencing them, and promote feuding responses. We applaud<br>Crockett for addressing this pressing topic. However, a significant body of communication science research suggests important ways in which Crockett’s model and hypotheses could be enriched and refined
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)315
JournalDefault journal
StatePublished - May 7 2018

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