The International Journal of Communication Ethics

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v17n3-4 Reporting on the pandemic: The ethical challenges faced by journalists
by Tina Bettels-Schwabbauer, Paula Kennedy

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v17n3-4 Arabic narratives: A study of Gulf Press coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic
by Ahmed Mansoori, Muhammed Musa

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v17n3-4 Beyond fear: Reflections on Covid coverage by scholars and practitioners worldwide
by John Mair

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v17n3-4 Issues and limitations in data journalism covering the Covid-19 pandemic: The Italian case
by Philip Di Salvo

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v17n2 Trauma seeks trauma: One journalist's experience of terror echoes back to WWII
by Carmen Jacques

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v17n2 Can trolling be taught? Educating journalism students to identify and manage trolling – an ethical necessity
by Jay Daniel Thompson

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v17n1 Reporting corruption: An ethical imperative for Latin American journalists
by Antonio Castillo

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v17n1 Close travel: On the ethics of writing about the near-at-hand
by Ben Stubbs

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v16n4 Ethical dilemmas in reporting terrorist attacks
by Verica Rupar, Colleen Murrell

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v16n4 Christchurch mosques shooting: Reflections and confessions
by Rukhsana Aslam

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v16n2-3 Goalden girls? An analysis of English newspaper coverage of the England national team at UEFA Women's Euro 2017
by Scott Williams

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v16n2-3 Girls Do Sport: Mainstreaming the space of transformative educational contexts in Scotland
by Elizabeth McLaughlin, Kathryn A Burnett

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v16n1 Open discourse: A media theory for the twenty-first century
by Denis Muller

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v16n1 Online trolls, journalism and the freedom of speech: Are the bullies taking over?
by Claire J B Wolfe

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v15n3-4 When journalism isn't enough: 'Horror surrealism' in Behrouz Boochani's testimonial prison narrative
by Willa McDonald

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v15n3-4 Dumbs gone to Iceland: (Re)presentations of English national identity during Euro 2016 and the EU referendum
by Roger Domeneghetti

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v15n1-2 Accountable sports journalism. Building up a platform and a new specialised code in the field
by Xavier Ramon-Vegas, José-Luis Rojas-Torrijos

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v15n1-2 Self-censorship and the pursuit of truth in sports journalism: A case study of David Walsh
by Tom Bradshaw

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v14n4 When a community rises up against fake news: The Change Makers' Project
by Scott Downman

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v14n2-3 Jokes in public: The ethical implications of radio prank calls
by Subin Paul, John C Carpenter

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v14n2-3 'My four year old is an asshole': Considering ethical challenges of children as the butt of jokes in contemporary comedy and satire
by Kai Hanno Schwind

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v14n1 How ethics is taught at leading institutions in the Pacific region
by Thomas Cooper

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v14n1 John Stuart Mill: Freedom of expression and harm in the 'post-truth' era
by Tom Bradshawa

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v13n4 The ethical turn in considering hidden children’s Holocaust testimony as historical reconstruction
by Julie Wheelwright

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v13n4 Communication and globalisation: A justification for critical pedagogy
by Andrea Patterson-Masuka, Omar Omar Swartz

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v13n2-3 Special issue - Beyond clickbait and commerce: The ethics, possibilities and challenges of not-for-profit media
Ethical Space Vol.13 No.2/3
by Judith Townend, Denis Muller, Richard Lance Keeble, Mel Bunce, Clare Cook, Dave Harte, Jonathan Heawood, Lyn McGaurr, Jocelyn E. Williams

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v13n1 Electoral guerrilla theatre in the 2015 UK general election: Critique, legitimacy and incorporation in the news coverage of celebrity election campaigns
by Jeremy Collins

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v13n1 How the internet reduces journalists’ chances to hold politicians to account
by Nicholas Jones

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v12n3-4 Spies and journalists: Towards an ethical framework?
by Paul Lashmar

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v12n3-4 Assessing interdisciplinary academic and multistakeholder positions on transparency in the post-Snowden leak era
by Vian Bakir, Andrew McStay

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v12n2 Reporter power: News organisations, duty of care and the use of locally-hired news gatherers in Syria
by Richard Pendry

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v12n2 The work and ‘architecture of listening’: Requisites for ethical organisation-public communication
by Jim Macnamara

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v12n1 Richard Hoggart and Pilkington: Populism and public service broadcasting
by Julian Petley

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v12n1 Richard Hoggart: My father’s legacy
by Paul Hoggart

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v11n4 Towards ‘mindful journalism’: Applying Buddhism’s Eightfold Path as an ethical framework for modern journalism
by Mark Pearson

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v11n3 Layers of consent
by Judith Townend

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v11n3 ‘An establishment newspaper’: The politics of the Eastern Daily Press
by Ian Sinclair

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v11n1-2 The state journalism is in: Edward Snowden and the British press
by Julian Petley

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v11n1-2 Phone hacking and bribery: Justice and journalism both on trial
by Nicholas Jones

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v10n4 The ‘morally defensible’ journalist: Shedding ‘performance’ and managing an ethic of empathy within personal trauma narrative
by Sue Joseph

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v10n4 A Gandhian conundrum: The ethical dilemma in the Indian sustainability discourse
by Prithi Nambiar

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v10n2-3 Democratic affordances: Politics, media, and digital technology after WikiLeaks
by Gerard Goggin

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v10n2-3 Is peace journalism feasible? Pointers for research and media development
by Jake Lynch

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v10n1 Leveson: Solution or symptom? Class, crisis and the degradation of civil life
by John Steel

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v10n1 Leveson online: A publicly reported inquiry
by Judith Townend

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ap Social justice communication scholarship and the need to challenge the rhetoric of market fundamentalism (advance publication)
by Ayo Oyeleye

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v9n4 Privacy in Social Network Sites (SNS): The threats from data mining
by Yeslam Al-Saggaf, Md Zahidul Islam

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v9n4 From principle to practice: Expanding the scope of scholarship on media ethics
by Nicole Joseph, Pablo Boczkowski

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v9n2-3 Black role models and the news
by Kerry Moore, John Jewell

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v9n2-3 The pen and the sword: Media transformation and democracy after apartheid
by Lynette Steenveld

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v9n1 Ofcom: An evaluation of UK broadcast journalism regulation of news and current affairs
by Chris Frost

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v9n1 The revolution must wait: Economic, business and financial journalisms beyond the 2008 crisis
by Gary James Merrill

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v8n3-4 Sub-contracting newsgathering in Iraq
by Richard Pendry

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v8n3-4 Covering the cover-up: The Hutton report in UK television news
by Justin Schlosberg

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v7n4 Disliking public relations: Democratic ideals and the habits of ethical communicators
by Peter Simmons, Barbara Walsh

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v7n4 Defending John Pilger’s journalism on Israel and Palestine
by Jake Lynch, Catherine Dix, Stuart Rees

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v7n2-3 Taking the BS out of PR: Creating genuine messages by emphasising character and authenticity
by Kevin Stoker, Brad Rawlins

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v7n2-3 In search of a code of global information ethics: The road travelled and new horizons
by Rafael Capurro, Johannes B. Britz

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v7n1 Judith Townend examines the Popbitch celebrity newsletter and wonders whether teasing (and sometimes spiteful) gossip can ever be justified
The ethics of the ‘blind story’ and ‘fair game’ gossip: Examining Popbitch
by Judith Townend

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v7n1 Nicholas Jones on the ethics of saying ‘sorry’ and the part apologies play in the hyper-personalisation of political coverage
The hyperpersonalisation of political coverage: The ethics of saying sorry
by Nicholas Jones

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v7n1 Almost a decade after the collapse of Enron, Shannon Bowen suggests that it is time to ask what lessons have been learned from the unethical conduct of the organisation
Have we learned lessons from inside the crooked E, Enron?
by Shannon Bowen

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v6n3-4 In his Richard Dunn Memorial Lecture at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival in August 2009, Robert Peston asked: “Will the new digital news industry promote or undermine the wide distribution of high quality news, which is so essential to a thriving democracy?”
In the new digital world. There is a stronger need than ever for subsidised, public-service news
by Robert Peston

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v6n3-4 Financial blogs show us the extent to which the media’s institutional constraints were both an asset and a major liability when covering the biggest financial story of our time, according to top media blogger Kristine Lowe
How blogs challenged and transformed mainstream media coverage of the credit crisis
by Kristine Lowe

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v6n3-4 Francesco Guerrera argues that journalists were lied to by many who were benefiting from the boom. But they were not good enough to see through the lies
Why generalists were not equipped to cover the complexities of the crisis
by Francesco Guerrera

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v6n3-4 Nicholas Jones reveals how the government sought to manipulate the media coverage of the crash. Once again leaks to favoured journalists and briefings to selected news outlets were the order of the day
Media manipulation behind the Great Crash of 2008
by Nicholas Jones

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v6n2 Jacquie L’Etang traces the history of the ‘Radical PR’ group, assesses its achievements to date – and looks to the future
‘Radical PR’ – catalyst for change or an aporia?
by Jacquie L’Etang

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v6n2 Integrating the shadow: A Jungian approach to professional ethics in public relations
by Johanna Fawkes

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v6n1 Learning from the experts: How ethics and moral philosophy are taught at leading English-speaking institutions
by Tom Cooper

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v6n1 Printing devils: Reflections on the British press, the problem of ‘evil’ and fables of social dis-ease
by John Tulloch

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v5n3 Spiral of cynicism: Are media researchers mere observers?
by Gitte Meyer, Anker Brink Lund

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v5n1-2 ‘”Maddy” mania’: John Mair explores some of the ethical issues arising from the global media-hype surrounding the disappearance of Madeleine McCann
The McCanns and the media: A morality tale for our times?
by John Mair

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v4n4 The growing calls in Kenya for the media to put their houses in order
Time to harvest? Media, corruption and elections in Kenya
by Fredrick Mudhai

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v4n3 Loath to Admit: Pressures on the Ethical Disclosure of News Release Sources by Journalists
by Peter Simmons

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v4n1-2 Special issue on ethics and the Internet
International news on the internet: Why more is less
by Chris Paterson

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