Five Stories that Defined Journalism Ethics in 2015

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Journalism ethics is always a popular topic of discussion, and 2015 was no exception.


In the spirit of a new year and proverbial bandwagons, I decided to highlight the blog posts about the five stories that really embodied journalism ethics missteps in 2015. Since “scoring” or “ranking” ethics is impossible and irresponsible, these are in no particular order.

May this coming year bring you good luck, responsible reporting and ethical news!


Andrew M. Seaman is the chair of the Society’s ethics committee.

 

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