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Author: Lee A Peck; Guy Reel
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : CQ Press, 2013.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee A Peck; Guy Reel
ISBN: 9781452227849 1452227845
OCLC Number: 793340167
Description: xxx, 313 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: SECTION I FOUNDATIONS --
1. Tools for Ethical Decision Making / Lee Anne Peck --
Terms to Know --
Codes for the Media Professions --
Philosophical Theories --
Socrates --
Plato --
Aristotle's Virtue Ethics --
Kant's Duty-Based Ethics --
Utilitarianism and J.S. Mill's Principle of Utility --
Ross' Prima Facie and Actual Duties --
John Rawls' Veil of Ignorance --
Sissela Bok's Test of Publicity --
An Ethic of Care --
Concluding Thoughts --
2. The Morally Developed Media Professional / Deni Elliott --
Moral Development in Theory --
Who's Who in Moral Development Theory --
The Early Stage of Moral Development --
The Conventional Stage of Moral Development --
The Later Stage of Moral Development --
Moral Development in Practice --
One Young Reporter's Wake-Up Call --
The Moral Development Perspective --
Becoming a Professional Journalist --
Resolving Sara's Dilemma --
Exercise Your Own Moral Development --
SECTION II HONESTY --
3. Confronting Others' Violations: The Case of the Manipulated Photo / Donica Mensing --
The Situation: "It was a perfect shot, except ..." --
Tool For Thought The Potter Box --
The Challenge: Speak Up or Stay Silent? --
The Response: Seeking Counsel --
Tool For Action Nppa Ethics Code --
The Aftermath: Professional Standards Defended --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Photo Manipulation, Responsibility for Others' Behavior, Upholding Professional Versus Individual Standards --
4. Focus Group Dilemma: The Case of the Compromised Tagline / Nancy Furlow --
The Situation: Rebranding a Nonprofit --
The Challenge: The Boss Is Manipulating the Campaign --
The Response: Silence Becomes Dread --
Tool For Thought Two Codes of Marketing Research Standards --
The Aftermath: Learning How to Speak Up --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Accountability in Market Research, Dealing With Others' Unethical Behavior, Working With Consultants, Seeing the Bigger Picture --
5. OMG! This Band Is SOOO GR8! The Case of the Phony Teenager / Richard D. Waters --
The Situation: "You Want Me To Do What?" --
The Challenge: Serving the Client While Staying Honest --
Tool For Thought The Potter Box and the Navran Model --
The Response: Refusing to Lie --
The Aftermath: Honor Upheld, Business Lost --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Online Deception, Social Media, Protecting the Vulnerable, Standing Up for One's Beliefs --
First-Person Ethics: How Good PR Can Follow Bad Reporting / Jane Dvorak --
6. Solo Judgment Calls: The Case of the One-Person "TV Crew" / George L. Daniels --
The Situation: A Tornado and Its Aftermath --
The Challenge: To Recreate or Not to Recreate --
Tool For Action Using File Footage and VNRs --
The Response: Reality, With a Tweak --
The Aftermath: More Stories, More Lessons --
Thinking It Through --
Tool For Thought Guidelines for Ethical Video and Audio Editing --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Recreating Moments, Manipulating a Shot, Using Video Handout Material, Developing/Maintaining Standards When Working Alone --
7. Real Estate Boasting: The Case of the False Figures / Jacqueline Lambiase --
The Situation: New Job, New Standards --
Tool For Action Researching a Company --
The Challenge: A Corporate Culture of Fudging the Numbers --
Tool For Thought Appiah on Cross-Cultural Ethics --
The Response: Time to Take a Stand --
The Aftermath: Honesty Leads to Unemployment ... and a Happy Ending --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Accuracy in PR, Corporate Culture Versus Individual and Professional Principles --
8. The Importance of Fact-Checking: The Case of the Self-Plagiarist / Donica Mensing --
The Situation: Problems With a Freelancer's Story --
The Challenge: Responding to Misrepresentation --
Tool For Action Tips for Avoiding Plagiarism --
The Response: Terminating the Relationship --
The Aftermath: Changes to the Freelance Process --
Tool For Thougth The Ethics of Duty --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Freelance Ethics, Transparency, Communicating With Stakeholders --
First-Person Ethics: The Thin Line Between Reporting and Commentary / Mary C. Curtis --
9. Seeking Answers for Students: The Case of the Undercover Reporter / Joe Mirando --
The Situation: Inconsistent Rules on Transfer Credit --
The Challenge: Gathering Information From Difficult Sources --
Tool For Action Rules of Engagement for Deception --
The Response: Pretending to Be Someone Else --
Tool For Thought J.S. Mill and Avoiding Rationalization --
The Aftermath: Publication and Policy Changes --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Deception, Transparency About Process, Balancing Ends and Means --
First-Person Ethics: FOIA as an Ethical Tool for Student Media / Anna Douglas --
SECTION III SENSITIVITY --
10. Free Speech, Official Pressure: The Case of the Visiting Foreign Student / Daniel Reimold --
The Situation: "American Culture, With a Minnesotan Twist" --
The Challenge: "Bold Statements, Straightforward Views" --
The Response: Story's Up, But Government Wants It Down --
Tool For Thought SPJ Code of Ethics --
The Aftermath: "No Longer Written in Stone" --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Cross-Cultural Sensitivity, Protecting the Vulnerable, Dealing With Government Officials, Unpublishing Under Threat --
11. Sins of Omission: The Case of the Not-So-Free Pet Party / Giselle A. Auger --
The Situation: Come to Our First Annual Barking Barbecue! --
The Challenge: Follow Orders or Serve the Truth? --
The Response: Reality Meets Promotion --
Tool For Thought Provisions of Conduct in the PRSA Ethics Code --
The Aftermath: Communication Is a Management Function --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Honest Advertising, Loyalty to Clients, Dealing With Boss's Misdeeds --
12. Desensitized to Violence: The Case of the Newsroom Reality Check / Rick Kenney --
The Situation: Violence in a Campus Community --
The Challenge: News, or Just Another Night at the Fights? --
Tool For Thought W.D. Ross and the Importance of Journalistic Duties --
The Response: The Community Objects; the Paper Explains --
The Aftermath: Staying Focused on Crime and Context --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Rethinking News Judgments, Considering Community Standards, Following Through --
13. Sensitivity and Professionalism: The Case of the Perils of Facebook / Guy Reel --
The Situation: "The campus has lost one of our own" --
The Challenge: Reporting From Facebook --
Tool For Action Reporters' Tips on Using Social Networks --
The Response: Dealing With Criticism --
The Aftermath: Job Well Done --
Tool For Thought Sissela Bok's Test of Publicity --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Verification, Fairness, Sensitivity to the Vulnerable, Responding to Criticism, Using Digital Tools --
First-Person Ethics: Cautions for Journalists Who Tweet / Kelly Kennedy --
14. Please Don't Use the Video: The Case of the Fatal Accident / Ray Niekamp --
The Situation: A Soldier, a Girl, Alcohol and a Red Light --
The Challenge: "Can you please not use the video?" --
Tool For Thought Telling Truth Versus Doing Harm --
The Response: Run the Whole Thing --
The Aftermath: No Second Thoughts --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Minimizing Harm, Sensitivity to Stakeholders, Responding to Competition --
15. Source Remorse: The Case of the Requests to "Unpublish" / Michael O'Donnell --
The Situation: "I'm afraid my employer will google my name and see your story" --
The Challenge: Small Paper, Big Audience --
The Response: Trying to Dodge the Search Engines --
Tool For Thought Clifford G. Christain on Privacy and Morality --
The Aftermath: More Requests, New Standards --
Tool For Action Questions to Guide "Unpublishing" Decisions --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Privacy, Altering Web Archives, Balancing Truth With Harm --
First-Person Ethics: To Remove or Not to Remove: The YouTube Question / George L. Daniels --
16. Hard Questions, Big Backlash: The Case of the Train Track Death / Dan Bracaglia --
The Situation: Someone's Been Hit by a Train --
The Challenge: How Much Should the Photos Show? --
The Response: Campus Outcry, Staff Remorse --
Tool For Action Tips for Covering Suicide --
The Aftermath: More Criticism, New Policies --
Tool For Thought Aristotle's Docttrine of the Mean --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Assumptions, Sensationalism, Fact-Checking, Responding to Family and Official Pressure --
First-Person Ethics: I Fought the Dean, and the Dean Lost / Vinny Vella --
17. Contacting the Family of a Killer: The Case of the Sensitive Reporter / Glen Feighery --
The Situation: Death at a Downtown Mall --
The Challenge: Maintaining Standards on a Stakeout --
The Response: First, Be Human --
Tool For Thought Immanuel Kant's Humanity Principle --
The Aftermath: Principles Uncompromised --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Pack Journalism, Individual Standards, Sensitivity to People in Crisis, Becoming Part of the Story --
SECTION IV BALANCE --
18. Friend of the Victim: The Case of the Murdered Student / Adam Rhew --
The Situation: Student Body President Found Murdered --
The Challenge: Handling Emotion, Getting It Right --
The Response: "I stood my ground" --
Tool For Thought The Philosophies of William Ross and Sissela Bok --
The Aftermath: Reflecting on Dual Roles --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Balancing Multiple Roles, Reporting on a Friend, Anonymous Sources, Intrusion in Audio Reporting --
19. Journalists' Judgments Versus Audience Clicks: The Case of Web Analytics' Influence / Gary Ritzenthaler --
The Situation: When Is a Big Story Not a Top Story? Note continued: The Challenge: Who Decides What's News? --
The Response: "A missed opportunity" --
Tool For Thought W.D. Ross and Choosing Between Competing Duties --
The Aftermath: More Analytics, More Options and Questions --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Technology Versus Tradition, Incorporating Community Views, News Judgment --
First-Person Ethics: Managing the Ethics of Online Local News / David Boraks --
20. Losing Balance: The Case of the Anchor Blogger / Ray Niekamp --
The Situation: An Anchor Speaks Out on Gun Control --
The Challenge: Balancing a Controversial Topic --
Tool For Thought Kovach and Rosenstiel's Journalism of Verification --
The Response: Sometimes You Have to Give In --
The Aftermath: Choose Your Battles --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Journalists' Freedom of Speech, Story Balance, Conflict of Interest, Speaking Up --
First-Person Ethics: Bloggers, Declare Your Standards / Leah Greenstein --
21. Are Public Officials Always on the Record? The Case of the Councilor's Blog / Jan Leach --
The Situation: A City Councilor Speaks Out --
Tool For Action Tips for Using Blog Posts in News Coverage --
The Challenge: Are Blog Posts Newsworthy Quotes? --
The Response: Run It and Wonder --
Tool For Thought Day's SAD Decision-Making Model --
The Aftermath: Blogs Go Mainstream --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Public Versus Private Speech, Verifying Online Information, Changing Standards --
22. On the Record or Off? The Case of the Cranky Professor / K. Tim Wulfemeyer --
The Situation: Late Professor, Angry Students --
The Challenge: "I retract all my comments" --
Tool For Thought Combining Codes and Theory --
The Response: Weigh the Options and Choose --
The Aftermath: Institutional and Individual Impact --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Community Understanding of Rules, News Judgment, Standing Up to Threats --
First-Person Ethics: Why Not Show a Source Your Story? / Larry Timbs Jr. --
23. No PR Picnic: The Case of the Disengaged Alumni / Ron Boyle --
The Situation: Taking Over After a Communications Breakdown --
Tool For Thought Aristotle on Becoming an Ethical Person --
The Challenge: Rebuilding Bridges With Volunteers --
The Response: Balance, Freeze and Further Develop --
Tool For Thought Alumni Association Codes of Ethics --
The Aftermath: Growth Follows Damage Control --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Open Communication, Seeing Others' Viewpoints, Balancing Competing Goals and Loyalties --
24.Come Up to My Apartment: The Case of the Client With a Hidden Agenda / Lee Anne Peck --
The Situation: A New Appeal to a Tough Advertising Client --
The Challenge: Come Enjoy the Bar --
The Response: One Questionable Invitation Leads to Another --
Tool For Thought Aristotle and Professional Character Building --
The Aftermath: Learning to See the Minefields --
Thinking It Through --
Tool For Thought Dealing with Sexual Harassment or Sexism at Work --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Perseverance, Selling Advertising Without Compromising Principles, Responding to Unethical Client --
25. Along Came a Better Offer: Two Cases of Job Hunting Ethics / Scott R. Hamula --
The Situation: "I got the job, but ..." --
The Challenge: Dealing With Second Thoughts --
Tool For Thought The Millennial Generation --
The Response: Making a Quick Switch --
Tool For Thought The Benjamin Franklin Balance Sheet --
The Aftermath: Two Approaches, Two Results --
Thinking It Through --
What If? --
Go Online For More --
Topics: Patience, Transparency About What You're Doing, Job Search Honesty.
Responsibility: editors, Lee Anne Peck, Guy S. Reel.

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   schema:description "Machine generated contents note: SECTION I FOUNDATIONS -- 1. Tools for Ethical Decision Making / Lee Anne Peck -- Terms to Know -- Codes for the Media Professions -- Philosophical Theories -- Socrates -- Plato -- Aristotle's Virtue Ethics -- Kant's Duty-Based Ethics -- Utilitarianism and J.S. Mill's Principle of Utility -- Ross' Prima Facie and Actual Duties -- John Rawls' Veil of Ignorance -- Sissela Bok's Test of Publicity -- An Ethic of Care -- Concluding Thoughts -- 2. The Morally Developed Media Professional / Deni Elliott -- Moral Development in Theory -- Who's Who in Moral Development Theory -- The Early Stage of Moral Development -- The Conventional Stage of Moral Development -- The Later Stage of Moral Development -- Moral Development in Practice -- One Young Reporter's Wake-Up Call -- The Moral Development Perspective -- Becoming a Professional Journalist -- Resolving Sara's Dilemma -- Exercise Your Own Moral Development -- SECTION II HONESTY -- 3. Confronting Others' Violations: The Case of the Manipulated Photo / Donica Mensing -- The Situation: "It was a perfect shot, except ..." -- Tool For Thought The Potter Box -- The Challenge: Speak Up or Stay Silent? -- The Response: Seeking Counsel -- Tool For Action Nppa Ethics Code -- The Aftermath: Professional Standards Defended -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Photo Manipulation, Responsibility for Others' Behavior, Upholding Professional Versus Individual Standards -- 4. Focus Group Dilemma: The Case of the Compromised Tagline / Nancy Furlow -- The Situation: Rebranding a Nonprofit -- The Challenge: The Boss Is Manipulating the Campaign -- The Response: Silence Becomes Dread -- Tool For Thought Two Codes of Marketing Research Standards -- The Aftermath: Learning How to Speak Up -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Accountability in Market Research, Dealing With Others' Unethical Behavior, Working With Consultants, Seeing the Bigger Picture -- 5. OMG! This Band Is SOOO GR8! The Case of the Phony Teenager / Richard D. Waters -- The Situation: "You Want Me To Do What?" -- The Challenge: Serving the Client While Staying Honest -- Tool For Thought The Potter Box and the Navran Model -- The Response: Refusing to Lie -- The Aftermath: Honor Upheld, Business Lost -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Online Deception, Social Media, Protecting the Vulnerable, Standing Up for One's Beliefs -- First-Person Ethics: How Good PR Can Follow Bad Reporting / Jane Dvorak -- 6. Solo Judgment Calls: The Case of the One-Person "TV Crew" / George L. Daniels -- The Situation: A Tornado and Its Aftermath -- The Challenge: To Recreate or Not to Recreate -- Tool For Action Using File Footage and VNRs -- The Response: Reality, With a Tweak -- The Aftermath: More Stories, More Lessons -- Thinking It Through -- Tool For Thought Guidelines for Ethical Video and Audio Editing -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Recreating Moments, Manipulating a Shot, Using Video Handout Material, Developing/Maintaining Standards When Working Alone -- 7. Real Estate Boasting: The Case of the False Figures / Jacqueline Lambiase -- The Situation: New Job, New Standards -- Tool For Action Researching a Company -- The Challenge: A Corporate Culture of Fudging the Numbers -- Tool For Thought Appiah on Cross-Cultural Ethics -- The Response: Time to Take a Stand -- The Aftermath: Honesty Leads to Unemployment ... and a Happy Ending -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Accuracy in PR, Corporate Culture Versus Individual and Professional Principles -- 8. The Importance of Fact-Checking: The Case of the Self-Plagiarist / Donica Mensing -- The Situation: Problems With a Freelancer's Story -- The Challenge: Responding to Misrepresentation -- Tool For Action Tips for Avoiding Plagiarism -- The Response: Terminating the Relationship -- The Aftermath: Changes to the Freelance Process -- Tool For Thougth The Ethics of Duty -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Freelance Ethics, Transparency, Communicating With Stakeholders -- First-Person Ethics: The Thin Line Between Reporting and Commentary / Mary C. Curtis -- 9. Seeking Answers for Students: The Case of the Undercover Reporter / Joe Mirando -- The Situation: Inconsistent Rules on Transfer Credit -- The Challenge: Gathering Information From Difficult Sources -- Tool For Action Rules of Engagement for Deception -- The Response: Pretending to Be Someone Else -- Tool For Thought J.S. Mill and Avoiding Rationalization -- The Aftermath: Publication and Policy Changes -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Deception, Transparency About Process, Balancing Ends and Means -- First-Person Ethics: FOIA as an Ethical Tool for Student Media / Anna Douglas -- SECTION III SENSITIVITY -- 10. Free Speech, Official Pressure: The Case of the Visiting Foreign Student / Daniel Reimold -- The Situation: "American Culture, With a Minnesotan Twist" -- The Challenge: "Bold Statements, Straightforward Views" -- The Response: Story's Up, But Government Wants It Down -- Tool For Thought SPJ Code of Ethics -- The Aftermath: "No Longer Written in Stone" -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Cross-Cultural Sensitivity, Protecting the Vulnerable, Dealing With Government Officials, Unpublishing Under Threat -- 11. Sins of Omission: The Case of the Not-So-Free Pet Party / Giselle A. Auger -- The Situation: Come to Our First Annual Barking Barbecue! -- The Challenge: Follow Orders or Serve the Truth? -- The Response: Reality Meets Promotion -- Tool For Thought Provisions of Conduct in the PRSA Ethics Code -- The Aftermath: Communication Is a Management Function -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Honest Advertising, Loyalty to Clients, Dealing With Boss's Misdeeds -- 12. Desensitized to Violence: The Case of the Newsroom Reality Check / Rick Kenney -- The Situation: Violence in a Campus Community -- The Challenge: News, or Just Another Night at the Fights? -- Tool For Thought W.D. Ross and the Importance of Journalistic Duties -- The Response: The Community Objects; the Paper Explains -- The Aftermath: Staying Focused on Crime and Context -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Rethinking News Judgments, Considering Community Standards, Following Through -- 13. Sensitivity and Professionalism: The Case of the Perils of Facebook / Guy Reel -- The Situation: "The campus has lost one of our own" -- The Challenge: Reporting From Facebook -- Tool For Action Reporters' Tips on Using Social Networks -- The Response: Dealing With Criticism -- The Aftermath: Job Well Done -- Tool For Thought Sissela Bok's Test of Publicity -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Verification, Fairness, Sensitivity to the Vulnerable, Responding to Criticism, Using Digital Tools -- First-Person Ethics: Cautions for Journalists Who Tweet / Kelly Kennedy -- 14. Please Don't Use the Video: The Case of the Fatal Accident / Ray Niekamp -- The Situation: A Soldier, a Girl, Alcohol and a Red Light -- The Challenge: "Can you please not use the video?" -- Tool For Thought Telling Truth Versus Doing Harm -- The Response: Run the Whole Thing -- The Aftermath: No Second Thoughts -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Minimizing Harm, Sensitivity to Stakeholders, Responding to Competition -- 15. Source Remorse: The Case of the Requests to "Unpublish" / Michael O'Donnell -- The Situation: "I'm afraid my employer will google my name and see your story" -- The Challenge: Small Paper, Big Audience -- The Response: Trying to Dodge the Search Engines -- Tool For Thought Clifford G. Christain on Privacy and Morality -- The Aftermath: More Requests, New Standards -- Tool For Action Questions to Guide "Unpublishing" Decisions -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Privacy, Altering Web Archives, Balancing Truth With Harm -- First-Person Ethics: To Remove or Not to Remove: The YouTube Question / George L. Daniels -- 16. Hard Questions, Big Backlash: The Case of the Train Track Death / Dan Bracaglia -- The Situation: Someone's Been Hit by a Train -- The Challenge: How Much Should the Photos Show? -- The Response: Campus Outcry, Staff Remorse -- Tool For Action Tips for Covering Suicide -- The Aftermath: More Criticism, New Policies -- Tool For Thought Aristotle's Docttrine of the Mean -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Assumptions, Sensationalism, Fact-Checking, Responding to Family and Official Pressure -- First-Person Ethics: I Fought the Dean, and the Dean Lost / Vinny Vella -- 17. Contacting the Family of a Killer: The Case of the Sensitive Reporter / Glen Feighery -- The Situation: Death at a Downtown Mall -- The Challenge: Maintaining Standards on a Stakeout -- The Response: First, Be Human -- Tool For Thought Immanuel Kant's Humanity Principle -- The Aftermath: Principles Uncompromised -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Pack Journalism, Individual Standards, Sensitivity to People in Crisis, Becoming Part of the Story -- SECTION IV BALANCE -- 18. Friend of the Victim: The Case of the Murdered Student / Adam Rhew -- The Situation: Student Body President Found Murdered -- The Challenge: Handling Emotion, Getting It Right -- The Response: "I stood my ground" -- Tool For Thought The Philosophies of William Ross and Sissela Bok -- The Aftermath: Reflecting on Dual Roles -- Thinking It Through -- What If? -- Go Online For More -- Topics: Balancing Multiple Roles, Reporting on a Friend, Anonymous Sources, Intrusion in Audio Reporting -- 19. Journalists' Judgments Versus Audience Clicks: The Case of Web Analytics' Influence / Gary Ritzenthaler -- The Situation: When Is a Big Story Not a Top Story?"@en ;
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