publication . Article . 2000

The Ethics/ Skills Interface in Image Manipulation

Jenny Webber;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 May 2000 Journal: Australasian Journal of Information Systems (issn: 1449-8618, eissn: 1449-8618, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Australasian Association for Information Systems
Image manipulation using computer technology has become a basic skill required in various graphics dependent industries such as advertising, and the print and electronic media, and for specialist use in institutions for in-house and on-line publishing and the creation of Web pages. The 'seamless' alteration of photographs and other visual images made possible by computer technology has allowed misrepresentation with intent to deceive, and difficulty in establishing copyright of original images. The dilemma in teaching techniques of image manipulation is to create a basis for ethical practice HCI in this paper refers to the ethics/skills interface in the educatio...
free text keywords: HCI, image, ethics, multimedia, Information technology, T58.5-58.64, Electronic computers. Computer science, QA75.5-76.95, Graphics, Computer technology, Teaching method, Web page, Human–computer interaction, Dilemma, computer.software_genre, computer, Publishing, business.industry, business, Electronic media, Misrepresentation, Computer science
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