Category Archive: Personal ethics

Are we people or journalists first?


As a journalism student, ethics are drilled in your brain from the first day you sit in JMC 110. Dean Gilger rattles them off quickly and often. This school is not lacking in… Continue reading

When your code of ethics drives you away from journalism


I love my personal code of ethics. But peculiarly enough it may drive me from my profession. It tells me I have to be independent. Not in idealistic way but strong enough not… Continue reading

My Personal Ethics


My personal morals act as a basis for distinguishing between what is right and what is wrong, doing what is right and thus, determine my daily actions and emotions. My parents, education and work… Continue reading



Ethics for me is your conscience! It tells you, warns you or even gives you a hint if you’re doing right or wrong, pushing too far, or not doing enough. When I decided… Continue reading

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