"This volume is designed to stimulate the thinking of students to make intelligent moral choices as journalists... The narratives of [Columbine and Watergate] are so well presented that it is as though the reader were encountering the material for the first time... The book fills a gap in journalism texts... Recommended as a supplemental text for all journalism courses." -- "Choice"
Exploring a number of key journalistic episodes, in detail, the authors... have done indispensable work. Teachers and students of reporting and ethics will benefit for years to come.
(Todd Gitlin, professor of journalism and sociology, Columbia University)|
I warmly commend this book to students and teachers, novices and expert hands, writers and their managers, professionals who interact with the news media, and any life-long learner.
(Robert Brune, professor of business administration, Darden Graduate Business School, executive director of the Batten Institute)
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