Journalism Ethics: Philosophical Foundations for News Media

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Bedford/St. Martin's, Jul 15, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 248 pages
For courses in media ethics, this brief introduction examines the philosophical under-pinnings of ethics in journalism. The book explores the foundations of specific cases and considers issues such as gift taking and moonlighting. Its systematic method of evaluating various ethical actions helps future journalists make responsible, well-informed decisions.

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