Ethics in Journalism: The Case of Alan Kurdi

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One of the most harrowing images of the Syrian Refugee crisis rose to international prominence early on in September of 2015. The picture, which I’m sure most of you have seen, is the… Continue reading

WikiLeaks: Porous Boundaries of Public and Private in Digital Media

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WikiLeaks is multi-national organization that was founded by it’s publisher Julian Assange in 2006. The organization was established to make public official materials relating to war, spying and corruption. It has published more than… Continue reading

PR Propaganda–”Psychological Operations” for the Pentagon

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In early October, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, based out of City University London, released a story that quickly became viral. The United States Pentagon, CIA, and the National Security Council paid a… Continue reading

Media faced with Trump election

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Did the media fail in their coverage of the US election, and if so, what is it that reveals? How to rethink the media … The ongoing question about how media covered US… Continue reading

US Election: Mass Communication or Mass Influence?

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Media and polls predicted the victory of Hillary Clinton. But the verdict of the ballot boxes was clearly different from all these forecasts. Americans chose Donald Trump instead of Hillary Clinton. Was it… Continue reading

My Ethics in Filmmaking

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Documentary  is the movie that is built on reality. We tell stories starting from a reality lived or observed to an angle of narrative. The documentary is therefore different from fiction. Professional ethics plays… Continue reading

Alexander Trump

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It would be honest to say, that the results of the US elections didn’t cause any significant reaction in Belarusian media or society. A good indicator of it is my mom: after my… Continue reading

CNN bloodbath coverage of the U.S. elections

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The U.S. election has shocked the country and the world. As a journalism student, I have found myself feeling so many emotions throughout the whole campaign and election. Thankfully, I have had outlets… Continue reading

Why U.S. Media Failed and Trump won?

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From powerful media effect to negative effect: The revival of IPC impact By Shabbir Sarwar PHOENIX:  The New York Times (NYT) has published an Editorial Note regarding two years’ coverage and the outcome of… Continue reading

Covering the Race of a Lifetime

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When I look at the coverage of the 2016 presidential election in America, I tend to view it through the lens of simple economics. As much as we like to idealize journalism for… Continue reading

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