Table of Contents, vol. 29, no. 1 Fall 2017
BY KENNETH HARWOOD
We can learn a lot from the disclaimers of ancient historian Herodotus.
BY MANNY PARASCHOS
How the film spotlight offers an inspiring look at the good that journalists do in modern America.
BY CHANCE DORLAND
An examination of the gradual deterioration of press freedoms in South Korea.
BY RUSSELL FRANK
On the ethics of writing profiles on some more nefarious types of people.
BY SPENCER KIMBALL
The ethics of how a statistical margin of error could have influenced the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
BY AMY M. DAMICO
What we can all learn from reporting done about the Boston Marathon Bombings, as seen through the movie Patriots Day.
BY JAY BLACK
Reflections on the influence that journalist Lou Hodges had on the media landscape.