Tag Archives: Ethics

Philip Meyer Speaks at Ruhl Lecture

By Myckyal Hunt Eugene, Ore – Students and audience members of the University of Oregon’s annual Ruhl lecture gathered on Tuesday to hear what Professor Philip Meyer had to say about ethics in media today.  One thing they learned – … Continue reading

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The ethics of non-journalistic blogs

It’s important for bloggers to be held accountable for their content. The threat of litigation is less probable for smaller bloggers than it is for major publications because of readership. However, because bloggers operate on a small scale, they do … Continue reading

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Pirated News

In a journalism ethics class I had taken we talked about the ethical dilemmas of online news, music and entertainment. The New York Times wrote an article in April, 2009 about the issues surrounding frees news on the internet. The … Continue reading

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Ethics and Journalism

Journalism is changing rapidly. We all know that. A question has been raised by Mary Sanchez of the Kansas City Star whether these desperate times of journalists struggling for their jobs cause them to be unethical. I found this topic … Continue reading

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Transparency Should be a Main Concern for Journalists

As I read the conversation among journalists about Facebook being a place to practice journalism, held by Poynter, I saw two main points I found important that were discussed dispersedly throughout the conversation. The two points were that Facebook news … Continue reading

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I want to be a journalist and a decent human being.

I am still struggling with journalism and my sense of humanity. A few days ago I saw a number of homeless people gathered outside this mission on Lawrence street. It was 6 pm and they were probably being served dinner. … Continue reading

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What Is the Ethic of the Link?

Note for #J361 Winter 2010: I posted this originally Oct. 7, 2009. Here’s the post about the ethic of the link. Follow Jay Rosen on Twitter, and you should also follow Daniel Bachhuber, whose “ethic of the link” presentation to … Continue reading

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