倫理とジャーナリズム<br>Ethics & Journalism

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倫理とジャーナリズム
Ethics & Journalism

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  • 言語 ENG
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基本説明

Examines the ethical dilemmas faced by journalists in all areas of the media.

Full Description


What are ethics? Why does ethical journalism matter? How do ethics affect good journalism?Ethics and Journalism provides a comprehensive overview of the main approaches to ethical enquiry in Western journalism. It examines the ethical dilemmas faced by journalists in all areas of the media and sets our ways of achieving ethical journalism.Ethics and Journalism:- Explores such subjects as: private lives and the public interest, relations to sources and coverage of death, disease and destruction- Examines the role of regulation and self-regulation of the media industry- Discusses strategies of good journalism- Thoroughly examines the role of industry codes.Ethics and Journalism is informed by interviews with top journalists and editors and is written in a clear and accessible style. It includes an exhaustive bibliography as well as an excellent list of relevant web-sites.It will be essential reading for all journalism, media and politics students studying journalism and ethics, as well as for those who already work in the media and are interested in understanding ethical issues.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   x
List of tables xi
Ethics and journalism? 1 (13)
The reporting bestiary: Watchdogs, 1 (2)
vultures and gadflys
The hack's progress 3 (2)
Skills and knowledge 5 (3)
Why journalism matters 8 (1)
Journalism as story-telling 9 (1)
Comfortable bed-fellows 10 (4)
Thinking about ethics 14 (13)
What is ethics? 14 (1)
The Aristotelian tradition 15 (1)
Natural Law tradition 16 (1)
Humean sentiment 17 (1)
Kant and the categorical imperative 18 (1)
Bentham, Mill and Utilitarianism 19 (1)
Modern approaches 20 (1)
Objecting to ethics 21 (3)
Concluding thoughts 24 (3)
Virtue ethics 27 (13)
The temptations that journalists are heir 27 (2)
to
Ethical approaches to journalism 29 (3)
Virtue ethics 32 (3)
The education of the emotions 35 (1)
Acting virtuously 35 (2)
Why act virtuously? 37 (1)
Key features of virtue ethics 37 (1)
Professional and occupational goals 38 (2)
Lying to tell a story 40 (13)
The value of truth 40 (1)
Truth and truthfulness 41 (5)
Lying and deception 46 (1)
Lying and the public interest 47 (6)
Faking it 53 (10)
Seeing and believing 54 (4)
Breaking trust 58 (1)
The mendacious medium 59 (1)
Restoring trust 60 (3)
Freedom's scope 63 (14)
Understanding freedom 63 (3)
Freedom of expression 66 (1)
Freedom of the press 67 (2)
Avoiding harm 69 (2)
Freedom, truth and goodness 71 (1)
Undermining human dignity 72 (2)
Being free and responsible 74 (3)
Private lives and public interest 77 (16)
What is privacy? 77 (3)
Protecting privacy 80 (2)
Death in Paris 82 (3)
Making the private public 85 (1)
Private lives and public figures 86 (4)
Public interest and public good 90 (3)
Death, disease and destruction 93 (14)
Suffering, compassion and pity 94 (1)
Coverage of suffering 95 (1)
Death and disaster 96 (4)
Domestic tragedy 100(1)
Picture power 101(2)
`Only connect' 103(4)
Liaisons Dangereuses: reporters and sources 107(13)
Reporters and sources 107(2)
Trust and confidentiality 109(5)
Types of sources 114(6)
Conflicts of interest 120(8)
Intentions and motives 121(1)
Bribes, junkets and freebies 122(2)
Financial journalism 124(1)
Puffery and suppression 125(1)
Personal views 126(2)
The bottom line 128(11)
Chasing the market 129(1)
Concentrating ownership 130(1)
The product's integrity 131(4)
The reporter's integrity 135(2)
`Ethical efficiency' 137(2)
Self-regulation and codes of conduct 139(10)
Promoting ethical behaviour 139(4)
Keeping the critics at bay 143(1)
The Press Complaints Commission and its 144(2)
evolving code of practice
Global self-regulation and codes of 146(1)
practice
Generating ethical debate 147(2)
Blaming the harlots 149(11)
The limits of the letter of the law 149(1)
Responsible and accountable 150(1)
Social responsibility 151(2)
Irresponsible journalism 153(2)
Promoting accountability 155(5)
The good journalist 160(11)
Good journalism and journalists 160(3)
Twenty-first century ethical challenges 163(4)
Encouraging good journalists 167(1)
Why be good? 168(3)
Appendix 1 The Press Complaints Commission and 171(5)
the code of practice
Bibliography 176(10)
Index 186