The Government Factor: Undermining Journalistic Ethics in the Information Age
by Richard T. Kaplar, Patrick D. Maines
Publisher: Cato Institute 1995
Number of pages: 127
Do journalistic ethics still have meaning in an age of sensationalism and tabloid TV? How has journalism reached this point, and what can be done to foster ethical conduct? The authors find answers in some surprising quarters ...
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