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journalistic ethics


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A loose set of ideal principles defining good practice in the professional reporting of serious news and current affairs. These include objectivity and impartiality, truth and accuracy, protecting the anonymity of sources, and responsibility and accountability for both the stories reported and the methods used to obtain them. See also media ethics.

Subjects: Media Studies.


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