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Merrill, John C. – 1978
A growing international controversy exists between the West on one hand and the Third World, Marxist states, and the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on the other focusing on the concepts of "free flow of information" and "Western communication imperialism," and on ethical issues relating to these…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Ethics, Information Dissemination, Information Needs
Moemeka, Andrew A. – 2000
Addressing the use of communication (interpersonal, folk, traditional, group, organizational, and mass media) in the development process, this book discusses some of the conceptual and theoretical basis for integrating communication effectively into development plans and execution. It also examines the rationale and practical necessity for such…
Descriptors: Battered Women, Case Studies, Development Communication, Developmental Programs
Farrar, Ronald T. – 1988
In 1987, the Graduate Council of the College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of South Carolina developed competency standards--specific statements of competencies that students should possess, and strategies for measuring them--for students in the graduate program. Created as part of a graduate curricular review, this…
Descriptors: Competency Based Education, Degree Requirements, Evaluation Criteria, Graduate Study
Brislin, Tom – 1999
This paper presents four teaching strategies, grounded in pedagogical theory, to encourage an active, challenging, creative, and meaningful experience for journalism and mass communication students grappling with moral issues, and developing higher order thinking in ethical decision-making processes. Strategies emphasizing critical thinking and…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Critical Thinking, Decision Making, Ethical Instruction
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Wilkins, Lee – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 1998
Describes a course at the University of Missouri that gives doctoral students a chance to explore teaching issues in a setting that emphasizes reflection, critical thinking, and individual risk taking. Discusses how the class approaches learning about college students' intellectual development; curriculum design for programs in journalism and mass…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Course Descriptions, Curriculum Design, Doctoral Programs
Knudtson, Judy – Communication: Journalism Education Today, 1994
Reviews classroom journalism texts and articles published in "Quill and Scroll" and this journal since the early 1970s. Notes that the topic of ethics has been addressed recurrently. Finds a wealth of commitment to and concern for ethical issues for high school journalists. (RS)
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Ethics, High Schools, Journalism
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Roepke, William J. – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 1995
Ponders the role of journalism and mass communication education in America and its apparent failure to impress the importance of leadership and morality on some of its students. Discusses how journalism schools can take up the reins of moral leadership, with applications in the professional curriculum, non-major course selection, faculty…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Higher Education, Journalism, Journalism Education
Reppert, James E. – 1993
The broadcast journalism sequence at Southern Arkansas University allows African-American students as many opportunities as possible to review role models from different perspectives. The school has an enrollment of 18% Black students. Each area studied in the introduction to mass media course involves sections dealing with multicultural and…
Descriptors: Black Students, Broadcast Journalism, College Curriculum, Cultural Awareness
Daniels, Debra M. – Communication: Journalism Education Today, 1996
States that learning to resolve the difficult ethical questions that often arise in high school journalism is not only necessary, but is a tool for self-protection. Provides several hypothetical situations that yearbook and newspaper staff members might encounter. (PA)
Descriptors: Ethics, Freedom of Speech, High Schools, Legal Problems
Plopper, Bruce – Communication: Journalism Education Today, 1998
Notes that journalists have to balance their desire to print the news with personal rights to privacy. Argues that a working knowledge of ethics and law helps journalism students resolve such issues. Discusses ethical issues; legal aspects of privacy; and "training" administrators. Offers a list of questions to ask, six notable court…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Ethics, Journalism Education, News Reporting
Pasqua, Tom – Communication: Journalism Education Today (C:JET), 1982
Points out the problems of teaching ethics to journalism students and describes codes and guidelines that can assist the teacher in doing so. (JL)
Descriptors: Codes of Ethics, Ethical Instruction, Journalism, Journalism Education
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Wheeler, Tom – Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication, 1994
Explores research on student-produced magazines at journalism schools, including the nature of various programs and curricular structures, ethical considerations, and the role of faculty advisors. Addresses collateral sources that provide practical and philosophical foundations for the establishment and conduct of magazine production programs.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Journalism Education, Literature Reviews, Periodicals
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Lambeth, Edmund B.; And Others – Journalism Educator, 1994
Reports on a 1992-93 survey of journalism and mass communication programs and media ethics courses. Reports on growth in required media ethics courses, course content, and characteristics and goals of ethics instructors. (SR)
Descriptors: Course Content, Educational Research, Ethical Instruction, Ethics
Goodwin, Ann; Thiele, Norma – Communication: Journalism Education Today, 1994
Presents five situations and possible responses to ethical issues faced by editors of student media organizations. (RS)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Ethical Instruction, Ethics, High Schools
Gottlieb, Stephen S. – 1990
This digest identifies some of the ethical issues which appeared in the mass media in the 1980s and discusses the implications which these issues have for the law and for those who already work in or study the mass media, as well as for those college students contemplating a career in journalism or broadcasting. (NKA)
Descriptors: Codes of Ethics, Ethics, Freedom of Speech, Journalism
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