Committed journalism: an ethic for the profession

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Indiana University Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 242 pages

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Contents

Beyond a Socially Responsible Press
1
The Journalist and Classical Ethical Theory
11
Toward an Eclectic System of Journalism Ethics
23
Applying Principles to Cases
35
Values Virtues and Principles
48
Organizational Pressures on Journalists
57
Ethics and Standards of Excellence in Journalism
72
Journalists and Their Stories
83
Substituting Ethics for Adversarity
120
Journalisms Tragedy of the Commons
138
Ethics the Media and the Law
154
Moral Development Theory and the Ethics of Journalism
171
Journalism and the Civic Culture
189
Notes
205
Bibliography
231
Index of Names
235

Ethics and Leadership
94
A First Amendment Remedy for a First Amendment Business
104
Index of Subjects
239
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