Moral Reasoning for Journalists: Cases and Commentary

Synopsis

The nature of journalism requires that ethical decisions be made at every stage. While many of these decisions lead to obvious choices, many present thorny problems; some questions may be so subtle that they are not even noticed consciously by the journalist. This up-to-date collection of more than two dozen real-life cases illustrates the moral issues facing contemporary American journalists. It will help students hone their reasoning skills, encouraging them to think rationally and act with integrity. The cases are presented in substantial detail to provide students with a realistic sense of the complexity of issues facing journalists today.

Additional information

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1997