Ethics Teaching Tools: Resolving Ethical Conflicts in Wartime by the Society of Professional Journalists PDF Print

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List of questions — many of them overlapping — that journalists might consider in resolving ethical conflicts on issues ranging from disclosure of troop positions to publication of disturbing photos to evaluation of government demands to suppress “enemy propaganda.” Advice on how to deal with ethical issues in wartime. SPJ’s code of ethics also available in several world languages.

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