Journalistic Ethics: Moral Responsibility in the Media
Publication Date 1 Jan 2007
OverviewFor courses on journalistic ethics, media ethics, media in general, applied ethics, journalism, and journalistic integrity. By combining accessible theory with case studies and applications, this book offers both a solid framework for philosophical discussions of journalistic ethics and a sourcebook that journalism students can use in thinking about the moral implications of their intended profession. Dale Jacquette wrote the book in order to explore the limitations of a free and responsible press against the pressures and conflicts encountered by journalists. This book provides a model and set of moral ideals for practicing and aspiring journalists, with the end result being an improvement in the quality and ethical standards of news reporting by readers who have become more aware of the moral implications of their work.
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