JRN 496 - Media Ethics
This course focuses on the importance of ethical journalism in a free society and the impact of press coverage on sources, victims, news consumers, and journalists. Students will study the ethical dimensions of responsible journalism; analyze ethical problems; recognize cultural stereotypes; and learn how to ensure that the voices of both mainstream America and traditionally under-reported groups are heard in media reports.
Prerequisite(s): junior standing.
Term(s) Offered: Irregularly offered
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