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BY JOHN ARMSTRONG

 

John Armstrong argues that more philosophy means more relevance.

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spans the globe for minutia about media ethics. In this issue: "Sarkozy Gets Trimmed," "From Friendly to Friends is a Long Distance," "NBC's Predatory Practices," "Et tu, BBC," "A Dutch Treat," and "Squid pro quo."

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An appreciation of Claude-Jean Bertrand

 

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 ANDREW R. CLINE

 

 suggests how the news media ought to cover early political campaigns

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THOMAS W. COOPER

 

maintains that less is more

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takes journalism ethics to the movies

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JOHN HAMER

 

writes the story of a unique collaboration between a newspaper and a news council

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discusses newsroom ethics and sports journalists

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muses about the frustration found in academic media ethics courses

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look at Larry Flynt exposing sexual affairs in Hustler

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analyzes this documentary moment

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defines journalism as a calling