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17 terms
Journalism Ethics
Libel
Slander
Plagiarism
Objectivity
written defamation of character with intent to harm
spoken defamation of character with intent to harm
presenting someone else's ideas or words as your own
impartiality of news reporting
Libel
written defamation of character with intent to harm
Slander
spoken defamation of character with intent to harm
12 terms
Journalism Ethics
ethics
accuracy
credibility
influence
the moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
getting all the facts right and always seeking the truth
a reputation for being right
persuade one to write favorably about certain people or busin…
ethics
the moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
accuracy
getting all the facts right and always seeking the truth
59 terms
Journalism Ethics
It was only with the dawning of the mo…
Despite a series of disruptions to est…
Data now show that the public NO LONGE…
Statement: Independence requires journ…
False
1. Independent... 2. Reliable... 3. Accurate ... 4. Comprehensive
False
This is a myth that arose when the concept of objectivity was…
It was only with the dawning of the mo…
False
Despite a series of disruptions to est…
1. Independent... 2. Reliable... 3. Accurate ... 4. Comprehensive
8 terms
The Ethics of Journalism
Ethics
Composite Characters
Big Three
Credibility
Society expects honesty from the press.
Fictional characters that a journalist had created by using c…
Credibility, Accuracy, Objectivity
the ability to be believed and trusted
Ethics
Society expects honesty from the press.
Composite Characters
Fictional characters that a journalist had created by using c…
15 terms
Journalism Ethics
Utilitarianism
Mill
Kant
Deontology
creating greatest good for greatest number
virtue lies in the goal that creates the greatest good... *great…
*virtue in UNCHANGING ... *moral choices should be universal... *im…
rule-based ethics ... *"because i said so"
Utilitarianism
creating greatest good for greatest number
Mill
virtue lies in the goal that creates the greatest good... *great…
21 terms
Ethics Journalism
Revenue for newspapers has gone down _…
___ me era to ___ me era
trust me = ?... show me = ?
tablets and phones reintroduced what?
40%
trust, show
media... audience
long form reading
Revenue for newspapers has gone down _…
40%
___ me era to ___ me era
trust, show
30 terms
Journalism Ethics
Agenda Setting Function
Attribution
Entertainment Function
Prior Restraint
"While journalists don't tell us what to think, they do tell…
Identify where the information came from so the audience can…
News or Features that entertain the readership - comics or ce…
When a punishment is dealt before the activity.
Agenda Setting Function
"While journalists don't tell us what to think, they do tell…
Attribution
Identify where the information came from so the audience can…
14 terms
Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
14 terms
Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
10 terms
The ethics of journalism
ethics
credibility
objectivity
right of reply
a system of moral principles
the ability to inspire belief and trust
the ability to make fair,neutral observations about people an…
the opportunity for permitting a person criticized in a story…
ethics
a system of moral principles
credibility
the ability to inspire belief and trust
41 terms
Journalism Ethics
Values
Morals
Ethics
Why ethics?
beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emo…
motivation & conduct based on ideas of right and wrong
The study of what constitutes right and wrong in our society.…
Multiple and sometimes conflicting sets of valid cultural val…
Values
beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emo…
Morals
motivation & conduct based on ideas of right and wrong
9 terms
Ethics of Journalism
ethics
credibility
objectivity
slander
A system of moral principles.
Believability, trustworthiness
An impersonal presentation of events and characters. It is a…
False charges and malicious oral statements about someone
ethics
A system of moral principles.
credibility
Believability, trustworthiness
17 terms
Journalism Ethics
Ethics
Accuracy
Credibility
Influence
the moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
the quality of nearness to the truth or the true value
the quality of being believable or trustworthy; a reputation…
a power to affect persons or events especially power based on…
Ethics
the moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
Accuracy
the quality of nearness to the truth or the true value
14 terms
Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
55 terms
Ethics of Journalism
Sunshine Law
Freedom Of Informations Act
Exceptions to Sunshine Law and FOIA
FOIA
Open meetings law; states ALL citizens have the right to atte…
A federal act ensuring citizens' right to access government i…
-exposing health records... -hiring process... -national security
Freedom Of Informations Act
Sunshine Law
Open meetings law; states ALL citizens have the right to atte…
Freedom Of Informations Act
A federal act ensuring citizens' right to access government i…
8 terms
Ethics of Journalism
Credibility
Accuracy
Objectivity
Good Taste
readers trust that what you're saying is true
triple-checking facts
neutral observations- no personal feelings
avoid sensationalism, profanity, racy material
Credibility
readers trust that what you're saying is true
Accuracy
triple-checking facts
12 terms
Journalism Ethics
How does the First Amendment apply to…
What is a Shield Law?
When does a shield law NOT apply?
What is slander?
-privileges and protections for journalistic activities... -aces…
A law that protects reporters by preserving the confidentiali…
if you are in one of the 11 states that do not allow them or…
When something false is said in public that could ruin someon…
How does the First Amendment apply to…
-privileges and protections for journalistic activities... -aces…
What is a Shield Law?
A law that protects reporters by preserving the confidentiali…
14 terms
journalism and ethics
hutchins commission: journalism obliga…
professional code of ethics?
why not
right to know
1. provide truthful account of days event... 2. serve as a forum…
SPJ code... no universal
fiercely independent... individually resposible... accountable to o…
public official, legal situation, could prevent harm, losing…
hutchins commission: journalism obliga…
1. provide truthful account of days event... 2. serve as a forum…
professional code of ethics?
SPJ code... no universal
16 terms
Journalism Ethics
ethics
accuracy
integrity
anonymous sources
the moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
getting all the facts right and always seeking the truth
possessing inner sense of right and wrong, high moral princip…
source who do not want to be named
ethics
the moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
accuracy
getting all the facts right and always seeking the truth
12 terms
Journalism Ethics
Ethics
Accuracy
Credibility
Integrity
The moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
When you read a story or watch a report, you as the consumer…
a reputation for being right. Credible news agencies strive t…
The quality of possessing that inner sense of knowing right f…
Ethics
The moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
Accuracy
When you read a story or watch a report, you as the consumer…
29 terms
Journalism Ethics
Universal Ethical Theories
Normative Ethics
Descriptive Ethics
John Leo Column
6 predominant Western-oriented theories... 1. Aristotelian: "Gol…
investigates the set of questions that arise when considering…
study of people's beliefs about morality
Moral relativism of college campuses
Universal Ethical Theories
6 predominant Western-oriented theories... 1. Aristotelian: "Gol…
Normative Ethics
investigates the set of questions that arise when considering…
10 terms
Journalism Ethics
Objectivity
Harm Limitation Principle
Prior Restraint
Censorship
To not be influenced by personal feelings or opinions in cons…
Reporting and documenting news without hurting the reader/lis…
censorship imposed, usually by a government, on expression be…
the practice of officially examining books, movies, etc., and…
Objectivity
To not be influenced by personal feelings or opinions in cons…
Harm Limitation Principle
Reporting and documenting news without hurting the reader/lis…
13 terms
Journalism Ethics
obscenity... 1
libel... 2
expression intended and likely to inci…
fighting words... 4
pornographic material
written material that damages a person's reputation and is no…
material which is intended and likely to cause readers to bre…
abusive words addressed to a specific person intended to prov…
obscenity... 1
pornographic material
libel... 2
written material that damages a person's reputation and is no…
17 terms
Journalism Ethics
Ethics
Accuracy
Credibility
Influence
The moral principle that govern the appropriate conduct for i…
The quality of nearness to the truth or the true value.
The quality of being believable or trustworthy; a reputation…
A power to affect persons or events especially power based on…
Ethics
The moral principle that govern the appropriate conduct for i…
Accuracy
The quality of nearness to the truth or the true value.
31 terms
Journalism: Ethics
Laws
Ethics
Integrity
Each will affect credibility
about what we have to do
about what we should do
(Possessing an inner sense of what is right and wrong)
Accuracy, objectivity, truth... In addition, each publication ha…
Laws
about what we have to do
Ethics
about what we should do
29 terms
Journalism Ethics
three key forces that are causing a sh…
What is Charles Overby's formula for j…
What element did does Dr. Wickham add?
People crave news out of a basic insti…
nature of the new technology, conglomeration, globalization
Fairness = accuracy + balance + completeness + detachment + e…
diversity
awareness instinct
three key forces that are causing a sh…
nature of the new technology, conglomeration, globalization
What is Charles Overby's formula for j…
Fairness = accuracy + balance + completeness + detachment + e…
20 terms
ethics of journalism
Plagiarism
Fabrication
On the Record
Off the Record
Taking credit for phrases, sentences, paragraphs, or even an…
Unauthorized alteration or invention of any information or ci…
Information can be used with caveats (conditions, limitations…
Information can't be used for publication
Plagiarism
Taking credit for phrases, sentences, paragraphs, or even an…
Fabrication
Unauthorized alteration or invention of any information or ci…
21 terms
Journalism ethics
Ends based thinking
Rule based thinking
Care based thinking
Facts, values, principles, loyalties
Do what's best for the greatest number of people
Follow your higher sense of principal
Do what you want others to do to you
What are the steps to using the potter box to make ethical de…
Ends based thinking
Do what's best for the greatest number of people
Rule based thinking
Follow your higher sense of principal
15 terms
Journalism Ethics
Ethics
Accuracy
Credibility
integrity
The moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
getting all the facts right and always seeking the truth.
reputation for being right
quality of possessing that inner sense of knowing right from…
Ethics
The moral principles that govern the appropriate conduct for…
Accuracy
getting all the facts right and always seeking the truth.
18 terms
Journalism Ethics
Ethics
Morality
Teleology
Deontology
A set of moral principles that may be held by a society, a gr…
A system of learned attitudes about social practices, institu…
Checking morality by looking at results
Checking morality by looking at actions
Ethics
A set of moral principles that may be held by a society, a gr…
Morality
A system of learned attitudes about social practices, institu…
23 terms
Journalism and Ethics
Privilege
Fair report privilege
Opinion privilege
Fair comment and criticism
Benefits enjoyed by a specific group
Allows journalists to report anything said in official govern…
Protects written opinions from libel suits by recognizing a c…
Allows you to criticize performers, politicians and matters o…
Privilege
Benefits enjoyed by a specific group
Fair report privilege
Allows journalists to report anything said in official govern…
10 terms
Ethics of Journalism
Journalists create _____ to follow
These are not _____ by law
It is _____ to jail a journalist who v…
Journalists violating the law face ___…
Codes of ethics
Enforceable
Unconstitutional
Penalties citizen
Journalists create _____ to follow
Codes of ethics
These are not _____ by law
Enforceable
21 terms
Journalism Ethics
Deceptions
Types of Deception
Types of Deception
Conflict of Interests
Using deception to gain a story is frowned upon, rarely occur…
• Outright deceit: Printing fabricated stories... • Deceptions t…
• Staging: Setting up an event so that it can be reported or…
A clash between professional loyalties and outside interests…
Deceptions
Using deception to gain a story is frowned upon, rarely occur…
Types of Deception
• Outright deceit: Printing fabricated stories... • Deceptions t…
30 terms
Journalism: ethics
Privilege
Fair report privilege
Opinion privilege
Fair comment and criticism
A common legal term used to describe benefits enjoyed by a sp…
This allows journalists to report anything said in official g…
This protects written opinions (especially insulting ones) fr…
This allows you to criticize performers, politicians and matt…
Privilege
A common legal term used to describe benefits enjoyed by a sp…
Fair report privilege
This allows journalists to report anything said in official g…
33 terms
Ethics in Journalism
The political function
The agenda-setting function
The sentry function
The economic function
What function states that the media serves as a watchdog for…
What function states that the media tells us what to think AB…
What function states that the media watches the horizons to s…
What function states that the media gives readers information…
The political function
What function states that the media serves as a watchdog for…
The agenda-setting function
What function states that the media tells us what to think AB…
19 terms
journalism-ethics
Transparency
The Theory of Human Dignity
The Principle of Humanity
The Immorality of Lies
truthful forthrightness, is not just another vogue word, Kant…
Human beings require a certain degree of respectful treatment…
"Act so that you use humanity, as much in your own person as…
Any possible harm that stems from a lie is not what makes it…
Transparency
truthful forthrightness, is not just another vogue word, Kant…
The Theory of Human Dignity
Human beings require a certain degree of respectful treatment…
17 terms
Ethics of Journalism
Ethics
Slander
Libel
Gossip
A system of moral principles
Making a false spoken statement damaging to a person's reputa…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
Casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other p…
Ethics
A system of moral principles
Slander
Making a false spoken statement damaging to a person's reputa…
20 terms
Journalism ethics
Explain how jounalists should behave
How should journalists treat sources,…
Journalists should be free of obligati…
Who do journalists need to be accounta…
Responsibly
Respectfully
People's rights to know
Everyone !
Explain how jounalists should behave
Responsibly
How should journalists treat sources,…
Respectfully
13 terms
journalism ethics
What are the 7 ethics of newspaper?
responsibility
freedom of the press
independence
1) responsibility... 2) freedom of the press... 3) independence... 4)…
your #1 commitment is to the truth; not about making yourself…
similar to freedom of speech; you have the right to print som…
newspapers can be independent from major companies; should no…
What are the 7 ethics of newspaper?
1) responsibility... 2) freedom of the press... 3) independence... 4)…
responsibility
your #1 commitment is to the truth; not about making yourself…
9 terms
Ethics in Journalism
Reliable or trustworthy
Correct Info
Being fair
Not too graphic
Credibility
Accuracy
Objectivity
Good Taste
Reliable or trustworthy
Credibility
Correct Info
Accuracy
19 terms
Ethics in Journalism
ethics
composite character
credibility
libel
moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior
made up character based on other people
the truth, what others trust what you say
written defamation of character
ethics
moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior
composite character
made up character based on other people
13 terms
ethics in journalism
james risen
line of death
collings best scoop
The injection of personal opinion by j…
1) example of how the press has less freedom than it had befo…
coastline of the Gulf of Sidra in Libya. US decided to enforc…
Sec. of State George Schultz was meeting with Soviet foreign…
O'Reilly... Murrow... Cronkite and Vietnam
james risen
1) example of how the press has less freedom than it had befo…
line of death
coastline of the Gulf of Sidra in Libya. US decided to enforc…
14 terms
Ethics In Journalism
composite characters
credibility
consequences of losing credibility
libel
fictional characters made of several real people
how trustworthy a journalist or news source is
1. Losing listeners/viewers/readers ... 2. CANNOT arrest a journ…
written (ex: newspapers and magazines)
composite characters
fictional characters made of several real people
credibility
how trustworthy a journalist or news source is
12 terms
Ethics and Journalism
Objectivity Example
Michael Schudson on Objectivity
Paul Dacre on Privacy
The Editors' Code of Practice on Privacy
Richard Peppiatt (resigned from the Daily Star. The Daily Sta…
"...According to the objectivity norm, the journalist's job c…
Paul Dacre is the editor-in-chief of The Daily Mail and chair…
The Editors' Code of Practice permits some of its clauses to…
Objectivity Example
Richard Peppiatt (resigned from the Daily Star. The Daily Sta…
Michael Schudson on Objectivity
"...According to the objectivity norm, the journalist's job c…
28 terms
Ethics of journalism
Ethics
Confidentiality
Censorship
Copyright
The branch of philosophy that deals with right and wrong
The assurance of secrecy for restricted information
Removal or prohibition of material by an authority- usually g…
The exclusive rights to something a person has written or oth…
Ethics
The branch of philosophy that deals with right and wrong
Confidentiality
The assurance of secrecy for restricted information
20 terms
Ethics in Journalism
Ethics
Credibility
Objectivity
Plagiarism
a system of moral principles
the ability to inspire belief and trust
the ability to make fair, neutral observations about people a…
using someone else's words or ideas as your own without credi…
Ethics
a system of moral principles
Credibility
the ability to inspire belief and trust
9 terms
Journalism and Ethics
Golden mean
What did ARISTOTLE believe in
What did KANT believe in?
Categorical Imperitive
Finding a happy middle between deficiency and excess-- also d…
The Golden Mean
The Categorical Imperitive
Choose the action that you would want to be required of all p…
Golden mean
Finding a happy middle between deficiency and excess-- also d…
What did ARISTOTLE believe in
The Golden Mean
14 terms
Journalism Law and Ethics
Code of Ethics
Libel
Slander
Copyright
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damagi…
The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise ex…
Code of Ethics
Published statement of principles for a profession. Most comm…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
54 terms
Journalism- Law and Ethics
First Amendment Rights
Opinion Privilege
Most likely the publication but someti…
5 things that make something libel.
Religion... Freedom of Speech... Right to Assemble... Freedom to Petit…
Protects reporters when they publish their work. Protects wri…
Who can get sued?
1. Statement is False... 2. Statement is defamatory (harms reput…
First Amendment Rights
Religion... Freedom of Speech... Right to Assemble... Freedom to Petit…
Opinion Privilege
Protects reporters when they publish their work. Protects wri…
30 terms
Parthenakis - Journalism Ethics Chapter
Agenda Setting Function
Attribution
Entertainment Function
Prior Restraint
"While journalists don't tell us what to think, they do tell…
Identify where the information came from so the audience can…
News or Features that entertain the readership - comics or ce…
When a punishment is dealt before the activity.
Agenda Setting Function
"While journalists don't tell us what to think, they do tell…
Attribution
Identify where the information came from so the audience can…
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