Spring 2018, Vol. 29, No. 2
An introduction to the present issue and a farewell to our long-time editor, John Michael Kittross.
The Kittross family remembers John Michael Kittross (1929-2018), loving father and dedicated scholar.
Media Ethics remembers its long-time editor, Mike Kittross, for his many contributions to the field and this magazine over the years.
An examination into the nature of demagoguery in the modern media environment.
What does the Cambridge Analytica case tell us about the ethical challenges of privacy and social media?
BY JUDITH SYLVESTER
A discussion of the usefulness of Lambeth's account of media ethics for contemporary journalism.
One teacher’s reflections on the strategies used in adapting media ethics instruction to a particular student body during the contentious 2016 election cycle.
An account of Jaime FlorCruz’s discussion of his experiences as a foreign journalist working in China.
A case study concerning the question: How far can journalists go in revealing private and harmful information?