Tag Archive: journalism

Personal ethics in a professional setting

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By: Alexandra Watts (Header image courtesy of Diego Sevilla Ruiz – Flickr) Every career has its own set of ethics. Doctors have medical ethics, which include taking the Hippocratic oath. There are ethics… Continue reading

If you’re a journalist, your enemies could be digging up your social media posts

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“In the election campaign that’s ahead of us we have to stand our ground against external forces mostly. We have to stand our ground against the mafia network of George Soros and bureaucrats… Continue reading

America shows off to the world?

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I would not say much about what happened or my experiences during these 2016 US elections because in politics, as history has shown, anything can happen. After the victory of the Republican presidential… Continue reading

Where our ethics come from?

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I know my values pretty well. Integrity and patience are important to me, active honesty is challenging but critical. People should be positive but receptive to criticism, accept good and bad feelings and… Continue reading

Ethics in journalism: a relic of the past or the basis for the future?

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Alla Nadezhkina  Profession of journalist gives the right to make public court on behalf of the society covering various phenomenon and events. During his work journalist affects the interests of many people and… Continue reading

The Simulated Me

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As I ponder the concept of a “Global Brand,” I can’t help but feel that becoming one is simply unavoidable. Whether we like it or not, our online presences are already packaged, branded versions… Continue reading

A journalist defined by race?

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By Miguel Otárola and Marta Cerava “I have some (or even few) stories to share about race in U.S. media,”  he said when we met.  She said she has none or “not yet one” to… Continue reading

Media Has The Power To Conquer Social Ills

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By Travis Arbon and Rajneesh Bhandari Just as different media outlets reported on Ferguson differently, audiences had varying reactions to the coverage and how it influenced their perception of racial injustice. According to… Continue reading

Coping with success: life after Watergate

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Years after the Watergate scandal entered history, the then executive editor of the Washington Post, Ben Bradlee, told Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward that if he knew where the investigation was leading, he… Continue reading

No regrets

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There is some workaholism in my past and I’m not ashamed of it. I started my first job as a reporter nine years ago, and for several months I didn’t take a single… Continue reading

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