Media Bias after September 11
Despite an increasing emphasis on media ethics there are many who remain skeptical about the very notion. There is a presumption that the media ought to be ethical in its professional conduct, thus concentrating on journalistic codes, guidelines, and ideals of media responsibility.
To some the very idea of media ethics appears paradoxical: the phrase itself an oxymoron. How could journalists possibly hope to get at stories that matter if they have to be completely honest in their investigations or respect the feelings, wishes and privacy of the subjects of their reports?
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