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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lee A Peck; Guy Reel
|Description:||xxx, 313 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Focus Group Dilemma: The Case of the Compromised Tagline - Nancy Furlow First-person Ethics: I Fought the Dean and the Dean Lost - Vinny Vella Seeking Answers for Students: The Case of the Undercover Reporter - Joe Mirando First-person Ethics: The Thin Line between Reporting and Commentary - Mary C. Curtis On the Record or Off? The Case of the Cranky Professor - K. Tim Wulfemeyer Friend of the Victim: The Case of the Murdered Student - Louis A. Boynton, Adam W. Rhew Sins of Omission: The Case of the Not-so-free Pet Party - Giselle A. Auger First-Person Ethics: How Good PR can Follow Bad Reporting - Jane Dvorak Are Public Officials Always on the Record? The Case of the Councilor's Blog - Jan Leach Please Don't Use the Video: The Case of the Fatal Accident - Ray Niekamp Losing Balance:The Case of the Anchor Blogger - Ray Niekamp First-person Ethics: Bloggers, State Your Standards - Brooke Burton-Luttman, Leah Greenstein Free Speech, Official Pressure: The Case of the Visiting Foreign Student - Daniel Reimold Contacting the Family of a Killer: The Case of the Sensitive Reporter - Glen Feighery Solo Judgment Calls: The Case of the One-Person "TV Crew" - George L. Daniels Along Came a Better Offer: Two Cases of Job-Hunting Ethics - Scott R. Hamula Confronting Another's Violations: The Case of the Manipulated Photo - Donica Mensing Real Estate Boasting: The Case of the False Figures - Jaqueline Lambiase First-person Ethics: My Groundhog Day - John B. Zibluk Source Remorse: The Case of Requests to 'Unpublish' - Michael O'Donnell First-person Ethics: Managing the Ethics of Online Local News - David Boraks OMG! This Band is So GR8! The Case of the Phony Teenager - Richard D. Waters No PR picnic: The Case of the Disengaged Alumni - Ron Boyle First-Person Ethics: Why We Stayed Silent about a Kidnapping - David A. Neuman First-Person Ethics: Cautions for Journalists Who Tweet - Kelly S. Kennedy The Morally Developed Media Professional - Deni Elliott Desensitized to Violence: The Case of the Newsroom Reality Check - Rick Kenney First-person Ethics: To Remove or Not to Remove: The YouTube Question - George L. Daniels Hard Questions, Big Backlash: The Case of the Train-Track Death - Barbara Reed, Dab Bracaglia First-person Ethics: FOI as an Ethical Tool for Student Media - Anna Douglas Journalists' Judgments vs. Audience Clicks: The Case of Web Analytics' Influence - Gary Ritzenthaler The Importance of Fact-Checking: The Case of the Self-plagiarist - Donica Mensing First Person Ethics: Why Not Show a Source Your Story? - Larry C. Timbs|
|Responsibility:||editors, Lee Anne Peck, Guy S. Reel.|
"I feel strongly that the proximity of the experiences to the challenges faced by student journalists and rookies will cause my students to take the cases more seriously and spark critical thinking.