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Table of Contents, Spring 2015

CONCEPTS

  

Professional Ethics and the Old Testament: The Legacy of God’s Chosen People

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LOUIS A. DAY

goes back for a look at "Professional Ethics and the Old Testament"

Ethical Dilemmas Continue for Media Objectivity

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GENE BURD

tackles the continuing problem of "Ethical Dilemmas ... for Media Objectivity"

Some Limitations of One-Dimensionality

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ROBERT L. HILLIARD

comments on “Some Limitations of One-Dimensionality”

A Right to be Forgotten

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 KENNETH HARWOOD

examines “The Right to be Forgotten”

 

The Charlie Hebdo Massacre Leaves Us with Painful Ironies

WassermanCreative Commons/Birgit Speulman

ED WASSERMAN

reports that “The Charlie Hebdo Massacre Leaves Us with Painful Ironies”

Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité . . . or Not

EmblidgeCreative Commons/Steve Calcott

DAVID EMBLIDGE

asks whether the French have “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité…or Not”

“DOOMED”: Gawking vs. Bearing Witness on a New York Subway Platform

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RUSSELL FRANK

considers proper roles of journalists in “Doomed: Gawking vs. Bearing Witness”

TEACHING

  

Teaching Media Ethics: Notes from 20 Years of Scholarship

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PEGGY J. BOWERS'

research tells us how Media Ethics was taught during the past 20 years

Online Portfolios as Applied Philosophy in Media Ethics

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MICHAEL BUGEJA

describes the construction of media “Online Portfolios as Applied Philosophy…”

OTHER

  

Ethicalia: A Compendium of Global Ethical Minutia

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MANNY PARASCHOS'

regular “Ethicalia: A Compendium of Global Ethical Minutia” column

PTC 2015 Report

TOM COOPER

reports on the “Pacific Telecommunications Conference 2015”

 
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