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LOUIS A. DAY
goes back for a look at "Professional Ethics and the Old Testament"
tackles the continuing problem of "Ethical Dilemmas ... for Media Objectivity"
ROBERT L. HILLIARD
comments on “Some Limitations of One-Dimensionality”
examines “The Right to be Forgotten”
reports that “The Charlie Hebdo Massacre Leaves Us with Painful Ironies”
asks whether the French have “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité…or Not”
considers proper roles of journalists in “Doomed: Gawking vs. Bearing Witness”
PEGGY J. BOWERS'
research tells us how Media Ethics was taught during the past 20 years
describes the construction of media “Online Portfolios as Applied Philosophy…”
regular “Ethicalia: A Compendium of Global Ethical Minutia” column
reports on the “Pacific Telecommunications Conference 2015”