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Ethics Blog

Prepare: The crux of journalism is to always present information that is objective and is void of bias. If that it is the well-known responsibility of journalists, it may seem strange that we would need to engage in a conversation about ethical practices in this area. However, because the field is so saturated with different …

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Legal Debate

Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn more about the foundational ideas behind, and importance of, the First Amendment for both citizens and journalists. Reflect: Based on what you’ve learned in those chapters, consider the most important elements of First Amendment for journalists and share a real-world example …

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Please find one defamation case from a NON-US Common Law jurisdiction* that is m

Please find one defamation case from a NON-US Common Law jurisdiction* that is making headlines in the past few weeks or months. (Nothing over 2 months old). Your journal entry should: 1. Explain the case; 2. Apply the DIP principles to the case. Here is an example (this is not from a real case): In …

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profile assignment

, you are doing the profile assignment on The Caribbean student association Carnival Showcase, A night full of dances, modeling, and more! Fake interview- Glenroy Ford, Leelani supersad, Olivia policka EVERYTHING ON HOW TO DO THIS ASSIGNMENT IS IN THE DOCUMENT I SENT YOU LABELED (PROFILE ASSIGNMENT!!)

Describe how, when, and where did you conduct data collection in-person or online (where did you share it?).

After you finish data collection, you need to do the following steps: Research design: update this section with the final tool, and detailed sample description (sample size, % of age, gender, education – demographic questions). Describe how, when, and where did you conduct data collection in-person or online (where did you share it?). (2-3 pages …

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Whats the idea?

Write a complete, inverted pyramid news story based on the reporter notes provided below. Integrate at least two direct quotes in the story. Grammar, spelling and punctuation errors exist in the notes; it is up to you to identify and correct the errors and adhere to Associate Press style at all times. You have 75 …

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