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About the Book, The landscape in which journalists now work is substantially different to that of the. twentieth century The rise of digital and social media necessitates a new way of. considering the ethical questions facing practising journalists This volume considers. the various individual cultural and institutional influences that have an impact on. journalistic ethics today It also examines the links between ethics and. professionalism the organisational promotion of ethical values and the tensions. between ethics freedom of information and speech and the need to disseminate. information, By comparing the theoretical underpinnings of journalistic ethics with a variety of. international case studies this volume provides a comparative global analysis of the. ethical challenges faced by the media in the twenty first century It will be essential. reading for students of journalism and practising journalists. This exceptionally well conceived collection brings together some of the best media. ethicists in the field and succeeds at what few such volumes accomplish examining. journalism ethics in its real world institutional and sociological context while. exploring and deepening the moral claims that give it stature and nobility as a. normative discourse The result is both sweeping and penetrating a work of great. value to academics and journalists alike, Edward Wasserman Dean Graduate School of Journalism. University of California Berkeley,About the Editor. Wendy N Wyatt is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of. Communication and Journalism at the University of St Thomas Minnesota Her. research interests include media ethics press criticism and media literacy She is the. author of Critical Conversations A Theory of Press Criticism and co editor with. Kris Bunton of The Ethics of Reality TV,What follows is a short extract from this book.
More information can be found at www ibtauris com reuters. The Reuters Institute would like to acknowledge the assistance of Kevin Rafter. and Ian Hargreaves as readers on behalf of the Institute. Published in 2014 by I B Tauris Co Ltd,6 Salem Road London W2 4BU. 175 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10010,www ibtauris com. Distributed in the United States and Canada Exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan. 175 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10010, Copyright Editorial Selection and Introduction 2014 Wendy N Wyatt. Copyright Individual Chapters 2014 David S Allen Thomas H Bivins. Elizabeth Blanks Hindman Jan Lauren Boyles Tom Clasen Robert E Drechsel. Tobias Eberwein Susanne Fengler Yael de Haan Ejvind Hansen Tony Harcup. Dejan Jontes Annemarie Landman Julia L nnendonker Carlos Maci Barber. Mireya M rquez Ram rez David Pritchard Laura Schneider Mombaur Karen L. Slattery Bastiaan Vanacker Lee Wilkins Wendy N Wyatt. The right of Wendy N Wyatt to be identi ed as the editor of this work has. been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyright Designs and Patents Act. All rights reserved Except for brief quotations in a review this book or any. part thereof may not be reproduced stored in or introduced into a retrieval. system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical. photocopying recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of. the publisher,ISBN 978 1 78076 673 7 HB,978 1 78076 674 4 PB. A full CIP record for this book is available from the British Library. A full CIP record is available from the Library of Congress. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number available, Typeset in Great Britain by Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset.
Printed and bound in Great Britain by T J International Padstow Cornwall. I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 4 of 24. Acknowledgements viii,List of Figures ix,List of Contributors x. Introduction xv,Wendy N Wyatt,1 The Norms that Govern Journalism An Ecological. Approach 1,David Pritchard, Part I Spheres of In uence Fostering or Not Ethical Journalism. 2 The Ethical Newsroom Where the Individual and the. Collective Work Together 13,Tony Harcup,3 My Newsroom Made Me Do It The Impact of. Organisational Climate on Ethical Decision Making 33. Lee Wilkins,4 Professionalism and Journalism Ethics in.
Post Authoritarian Mexico Perceptions of News for,Cash Gifts and Perks 55. Mireya M rquez Ram rez, I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 5 of 24. THE ETHICS OF JOURNALISM, 5 Covering the Private Lives of Public Of cials Comparing. the United Kingdom Flanders and the Netherlands 65. Bastiaan Vanacker,6 Ethics of Objectivity and Cultural Authority. Metajournalistic Discourse in a Post Socialist Context 73. Dejan Jontes,Part II Accountability Mechanisms, 7 Journalists Journalism Ethics and Media Accountability.
A Comparative Survey of 14 European and Arab Countries 85. Susanne Fengler Tobias Eberwein Julia L nnendonker and. Laura Schneider Mombaur,8 How News Ombudsmen Help Create Ethical and. Responsible News Organisations 107,Carlos Maci Barber. 9 Do Professionalism and Ethics Reduce or Increase. Pressure for Legal Accountability 125,Robert E Drechsel. Part III Intersections Theory and Practice, 10 Ethics and Journalistic Standards An Examination of. the Relationship between Journalism Codes of Ethics. and Deontological Moral Theory 147,Karen L Slattery.
11 The Language of Virtue What Can We Learn from Early. Journalism Codes of Ethics 165,Thomas H Bivins, 12 The Media and Democracy Using Democratic Theory in. Journalism Ethics 185,David S Allen and Elizabeth Blanks Hindman. I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 6 of 24. Part IV Emerging Issues in a Global Digital Age, 13 Towards Knowledge Centred Newswork The Ethics of. Newsroom Collaboration in the Digital Era 207, Yael de Haan Annemarie Landman and Jan Lauren Boyles. 14 Can the Ethics of the Fourth Estate Persevere in a. Global Age 229,Ejvind Hansen, 15 Ethics in the Age of the Solitary Journalist 245.
Wendy N Wyatt and Tom Clasen, I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 7 of 24. Acknowledgements, Thanks rst to Robert Picard Director of Research at the Reuters. Institute for asking me to edit this volume It has been an honour and a. pleasure to help bring the work of my colleagues to an audience beyond. the scholars and journalists who attended the Oxford conference Thanks. also to the faculty in the Department of Communication and Journalism. at the University of St Thomas who were patient with me when I put. aside my administrative duties to work on this book Third thanks to Tom. Clasen my partner in writing and in life who is a great supporter and. critic in all the right ways not to mention a walking dictionary and the. best copy editor I know He has given me incredible help with this project. Finally on behalf of the book s contributors thanks to the journalists. throughout the world who do ethically admirable work Good journalism. does matter,Wendy N Wyatt,January 2014, I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 8 of 24. 7 1 Established and innovative media accountability. instruments 87, 7 2 Percentage of citizens who consider media outlets to be. trustworthy 90,7 3 Regulation models for the media sector 91.
7 4 Countries included in the MediaAcT study 93,7 5 Percentage of respondents who said the media. accountability instrument has a high impact or very. high impact 95,7 6 Ratings for company editorial codes 96. 7 7 Ratings for press councils 97, 7 8 Percentage of respondents who reported that the. emerging media accountability instrument has a high. or very high impact 99,7 9 Ratings for criticism on social media 100. 7 10 Ratings for user comments 101, I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 9 of 24.
Contributors, David S Allen is an associate professor in the Department of Journalism. Advertising and Media Studies at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. where he currently serves as chair of the department He is the author of. Democracy Inc 2005 and co editor with Robert Jensen of Freeing the. First Amendment 1995, Thomas H Bivins is the John L Hulteng Chair in Media Ethics in the. School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. where he is the head of the media studies major and graduate certi cate. programme in communication ethics He is the author of numerous articles. and books on subjects ranging from media ethics to public relations writing. Elizabeth Blanks Hindman is an associate professor in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University where. she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in media ethics She is the. author of Rights vs Responsibilities The Supreme Court and the Media. Jan Lauren Boyles is a PhD fellow and adjunct professor at American. University s School of Communication in Washington DC In addition to. her work as a professional journalist Boyles has served as a Google. Journalism Fellow and as a researcher with the Pew Internet and. American Life Project, Tom Clasen is a writer editor and media observer with particular. interests in media economics and media literacy His perceptions of the. news industry are in uenced by his 35 year career in the business world. Robert E Drechsel holds the James E Burgess Chair in Journalism at the. University of Wisconsin Madison where he is also an af liated professor. I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 10 of 24. CONTRIBUTORS, of law His work has focused on the relationship between media law and. media ethics and it has appeared in communication and legal journals He. holds a PhD in mass communication from the University of Minnesota. Tobias Eberwein is a visiting professor of journalism at the Technische. Universit t Dortmund where he teaches courses in international journal. ism online journalism and media ethics He acts as scienti c of cer of the. international research project Media Accountability and Transparency in. Europe MediaAcT His research interests include journalistic quality. media accountability literary journalism and comparative journalism. Susanne Fengler is a professor of international journalism at the. Technische Universit t Dortmund and the academic director of the. Erich Brost Institute for International Journalism where she coordinates. the international research project Media Accountability and. Transparency in Europe MediaAcT Besides media accountability her. research interests include comparative journalism studies political. journalism development communication and economic theory of. journalism, Yael de Haan is a senior researcher at the Utrecht University of Applied.
Science in the Netherlands In 2011 she completed her PhD on media. accountability and journalism ethics In addition to her work as a. researcher and senior lecturer at the school of journalism in Utrecht she is. a member of the Dutch press council, Ejvind Hansen is a research director at the Danish School of Media and. Journalism where he focuses on the cultural implications of digital. communication In 2005 he defended his PhD dissertation Embedded. Critique in a Tensed World in which he investigates the conditions for. critique in the late modern societies His work is generally situated in the. eld of critical and post structuralist theory, Tony Harcup has worked in mainstream journalism alternative media. and journalism education Currently a senior lecturer at the University of. Shef eld in the UK he is the author of The Ethical Journalist 2007. Journalism Principles and Practice 2009 Newspaper Journalism 2010. with Peter Cole and Alternative Journalism Alternative Voices 2013. I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 11 of 24. THE ETHICS OF JOURNALISM, Dejan Jontes is an assistant professor in the Department of Media and. Communication Studies Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of. Ljubljana His areas of interest include communication theory media. studies and critical cultural approaches to popular culture and journal. ism His most recent book published in Slovene is Journalism as Culture. Myths and Values 2010, Annemarie Landman is a professional journalist currently working as a. reporter for one of the leading broadcast news organisations in the. Netherlands In addition to her journalism study at the Utrecht University. of Applied Science she passed the master examination cum laude in. Communication Science at the University of Amsterdam where she. researched the in uences of the digital era on newsroom collaboration in. the Netherlands, Julia L nnendonker is a researcher at the Erich Brost Institute for.
International Journalism She acts as coordination of cer of the interna. tional research project Media Accountability and Transparency in Europe. MediaAcT Her research interests include international and European. journalism foreign correspondence and European identity studies. I B Tauris The Ethics of Journalism Data Standards Ltd Frome Somerset 15 1 2014 01 Ethics of Journalism Prelims 3d Page 8 of 24 viii EXTRACT Figures 7 1 Established and innovative media accountability instruments 87 7 2 Percentage of citizens who consider media outlets to be trustworthy 90 7 3 Regulation models for the media sector 91 7 4 Countries included in the MediaAcT study 93

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