Journalism is Back: How Ethical News Strengthens Communication Values in Public Life

The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: Democratic Culture, Professional Codes, Digital Future, Editors: Jeffrey C. Alexander, Elisabeth Butler

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Do British journalists play by the rules?

Neil Thurman, City University London Four years after some of the more questionable practices of the UK press came to light under the scrutiny of

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Gawker had its problems, but its death is worrying for all watchdog journalists

Jane B. Singer, City University London So it’s farewell, then, to Gawker. After 14 years of dancing on the edge of ethical probity and legal

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How the horror of war gets lost in the media’s short compassion cycle

John Jewell, Cardiff University Few images have captured the peculiar horrors of the war in Syria more powerfully than the photograph and short

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EJN among press freedom groups awarded by Turkish journalists

Tom Law The Journalists Association of Turkey (TGC) on 18 August gave a 2016 Press Freedom Award to a coalition of international organisations,

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Conflict Sensitive Reporting and Media Ethics

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How to police ‘digital wildfires’ on social media

Helena Webb, University of Oxford and Marina Jirotka, University of Oxford On October 29 2012, New York City was hit by Hurricane Sandy. It was a

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How Poor Journalism Makes Life Worse for People in Poverty

Megan Howe Journalists and charity campaigners in Britain have joined forces to combat bias in journalism that makes life even worse for people

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Expert calls for terror attacks to be treated same way as suicide when it comes to media coverage

Victoria Craw MEDIA should treat terrorist attacks the same way as suicide when it comes to reporting in order to reduce the threat of copycat

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Worth a thousand words – how photos shape attitudes to refugees

Jane Lydon, University of Western Australia Over the last two decades we have seen the unprecedented politicisation of immigration. Many

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Global journalism needs global ethics

Christopher Kremmer, UNSW Australia There’s an old saying in journalism: “All news is local”. It means that news, wherever it comes from, needs

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