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Media ethics

Author: Julia Bauder
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2009.
Series: Current controversies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a collection of essays about media ethics from diverse viewpoints, discussing how journalists get stories, what information should be reported, and whether the coverage of the War on Terrorism is ethical.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Bauder
ISBN: 9780737741445 9780737741452 0737741449 0737741457
OCLC Number: 192079776
Description: 194 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Do journalists go too far to get information for their stories? An overview of journalistic ethics / Marianne Jennings ; Journalists' use of deception to get information is ethically questionable / Howard Kurtz ; Journalists should not pay police and other groups to help create dramatic stories / Deborah Potter ; Journalists should testify against sources who leak classified information to them / Seth Leibsohn and Andrew C. McCarthy ; Journalists should not report unsubstantiated allegations based on anonymous online comments / Eric Alterman ; Undercover reporting is a legitimate way to do investigative journalism / Ken Silverstein ; Journalists are right to report classified information that is leaked to them / Christine Tatum ; Anonymous sources are sometimes necessary in journalism / Stephen Engelberg, interviewed by Russ Baker --
What information should journalists include in their reporting? Overview : the debate over when to minimize harm and when to tell the whole truth / Fred Brown ; The media should not widely publicize school shootings and suicides / Loren Coleman ; The media should run fewer stories about urban crime / Christopher Shea ; The media should not publish details of sex crimes against minors / Kira Cochrane ; The media should publish the names of alleged rape victims / Harry Reynolds ; The media should not publish the names of rape victims / Amanda Paulson ; The media should publish the names of both accuser and accused in rape cases / Geneva Overholser ; The media should not publish the names of people accused of sex crimes / Cathy Young --
How do ethical concerns affect the media's coverage of war and terrorism? The media's use of neutral labels for attackers is ethical / Christine Chinlund ; Media decisions to publish graphic war photographs are ethically based / Kenny Irby ; Media decisions to publish stories that could harm national security are ethically based / Dean Baquet and Bill Keller ; The media should call people who attack civilians "terrorists" / Andrea Levin ; The media should report more often on the heroism of American soldiers / Jeff Emanuel ; The media should publish graphic photographs of the war in Iraq / Gary Kamiya --
When should journalists abandon neutrality? The media should emphasize fact over opinion / Joe Saltzman ; Opinionated journalism is good for democracy / Victor Navasky ; Journalistic independence is more important than neutrality / Robert Jensen ; Journalists can be emotionally involved in their stories / Samuel G. Freedman ; It is sometimes acceptable for journalists to help the subjects of their stories / Rachel Smolkin ; The media should not remain neutral when reporting on climate change / Mark Lynas ; The media should not be neutral in the debate between evolution and intelligent design / Chris Mooney and Matthew C. Nisbet.
Series Title: Current controversies.
Responsibility: Julia Bauder, book editor.
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Presents a collection of essays about media ethics from diverse viewpoints, discussing how journalists get stories, what information should be reported, and whether the coverage of the War on Terrorism is ethical.

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