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Issues in Journalism: A Discussion Guide for News Media Ethics
The subject of news media ethics has long been in the forefront of multi-media journalism. Doctored quotes, investigative journalism, plagiarism, etc. are frequently debated in newspaper editorials and have become the subject of docu-dramas. These controversies are also frequent fodder for that segment of television news that is cultivated by scandal and...
The subject of news media ethics has long been in the forefront of multi-media journalism. Doctored quotes, investigative journalism, plagiarism, etc. are frequently debated in newspaper editorials and have become the subject of docu-dramas. These controversies are also frequent fodder for that segment of television news that is cultivated by scandal and consumed by a voracious public. University professor Maclyn McClary's Issues in Journalism is a unique and dynamic book designed to encourage discussion and debate about news media ethics. Whether the dialogue is among classmates, within focus groups, or between friends, this book guarantees animated and thought-provoking communication. What makes this book unique is the author's approach: He has created three journalists who sit around a table and argue the many and often divisive facets of ethics. At the end of each discussion is a series of questions for students and focus-group participants. It is preordained that the diversity of answers will result in lively and educational debate.
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