About this Blog"Ethics in the News" provides a forum for students to compare and comment on media ethics reporting from various news sources. It seeks to critically evaluate events and their coverage as it explores ethical issues and concepts.
Monthly Archives: April 2021
The Kansas City Chiefs football organization has come under fire in the past year due to their team name, stadium name, and logo, which protestors believe to be offensive to Native Americans. The Chiefs media team has commented on the … Continue reading
The royal family is no stranger to the British media. Being an important part of history and society, they remain a hot topic in the news.Â Â Following her engagement to Prince Harry in 2017, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has … Continue reading
Theodor Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss, began publishing childrenâ€™s books in 1937. Earlier this year, the Seuss Estates announced that they would no longer produce six books because of racial insensitivities depicted in the publications. â€œThese books portray people … Continue reading