MORALLY CODED COMMUNICATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY, INSPIRED BY NIKLAS LUHMANN

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  • Boris Labudović Институт за усмеравање комуникација Нови Сад

Keywords:

morally coded communication, Niklas Luhmann, religion, individual, domain logic, communication research

Abstract

The paper offers a possible answer to the question how do we presently communicate within a moral code and why is communication about morality in modern society so frequent, but shows little influence on the so-called integration of society.

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References

Detert, James; Klebe Tervino, Linda and Switzer, Vicki (2008): Moral Disengagement. In Ethical Decision Making: A Study of Antecedents and Outcomes. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2008, Vol. 93, No. 2, p. 374–391

Luhmann, Niklas (1991). Paradigm Lost: On the Ethical Reflection of Morality (Speech on the Occasion of the Award of the Hegel Prize 1988). Thesis Eleven 29; p. 82-94

Luhmann, Niklas (2012). Theory of Society, Vol. 1. Stanford: Stanford University Press

Luhmann, Niklas (2013). Theory of Society, Vol. 2. Stanford: Stanford University Press. E–book

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Published

2017-10-31

How to Cite

Labudović, B. . (2017). MORALLY CODED COMMUNICATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY, INSPIRED BY NIKLAS LUHMANN. KULTURA POLISA, 14(34), 471–481. Retrieved from https://kpolisa.com/index.php/kp/article/view/769

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