BY ZAC GERSHBERG

Zac GPhoto: Sunyu on UnsplashPeace Journalism seeks to refigure reporting in areas beset by war and strife through resolving conflict rather than merely recording military strategy and power politics. But to what degree can the concepts of peace journalism be integrated into the reporting practices of the news media?

BY AMY KRISTIN SANDERS

SandersRebekahjfraser / CC-BY-SA4.0Faced with the weaponization of repulsive content on social media, should we embrace or resist direct government intervention and the strong-arming of major tech companies?

BY CADDIE ALFORD AND DAMIEN SMITH PFISTER

Learn ColorLearn Color Bicycle & Finger FamilySome kids’ videos on YouTube that are raking in millions of views may at first glance appear to be educational but turn out to be creepy and violent. Is “infrastructural violence” too strong a term for these algorithmically-driven productions, and what are the implications for the ethical foundations of our society?

BY MICHAEL BUGEJA

BugejaPhoto: Malcolm Lightbody on UnsplashStudents should be made aware of the power of technology so that they can choose how, when and why to use it. Otherwise, technology will use them.

BY IRIE CRENSHAW AND JUSTIN PEHOSKI

FLiveYatko / CC-BY-SA 4.0 / ModifiedIn the aftermath of the Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque shootings, how do worries over Facebook Live relate to debates over free speech? Would eliminating the ability to immediately “go live” with content curtail freedom of expression?

BY PAGE TROTTER AND SCOTT STROUD

Anti Vaccination Society of America advertisement from 1902Anti-Vaccination advertisement from U.S. Newspaper, 1902How do we evaluate attempts to deplatform anti-vaccination speakers and messages from popular social media outlets? 

BY MORGAN MALOUF

13 Reasons WhyMax Pixel / CC0What are the important ethical decisions that entertainment media must make when depicting teen suicide and mental health issues?