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    Display of Art: The Ethical vs. The Unethical

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    Censorship and art seems to be a matter of where one resides. People might find things offensive in one country where others might think it is fine. I seen on television the other day how some countries have people actually taking off their close while broadcasting the news. Their reasoning was to get more people to watch the news. I don't know about you but I would get offended if, say, Geraldo started to disrobe while doing a commentary although I might find it amusing. I would not even want to picture Larry King. Nudity in movies has its place under certain circumstances where it is part of the story line. I read in one of the book in a previous class where google showed their executives in casual clothing and this offended the people from china they thought it was a mockery because they regard the proper dresses with their executives. I guess Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. explain

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    The term "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" basically means that people's definition of beauty or of what is acceptable varies across different groups of people, different cultures, etc... However, I believe there is a fine line between what ...

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    When does the display of art cross the line and become unethical? There are various cultural views of what art is as well as what type of art is ethically acceptable. Learn more about this interesting phenomena.