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.
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Ethics in the News: That’s your topic. Stick to it. You can focus on any issue covered in the news recently. Research and Support: Sound brilliant. Explore the featured issue from multiple perspectives. Also discuss ethical theories that relate to the … Continue reading
When I first taught this class many years ago, I featured a Blog about the University of Central Florida (UCF) cheating scandal, whereby a professor accused students of cheating on the midterm exam. Since that time, UCF and many other … Continue reading
I’m kicking off my new semester teaching communication ethics with a discussion about an ethical challenge students are familiar with: Cheating. When I first taught this class many years ago, I featured a Blog about the University of Central Florida … Continue reading
This story is a little old, but it probably (and unfortunately) will still be relevant for years to come. Check it out and share your thoughts. (original post courtesy of Prof. Paul Hillier, University of Tampa) The story received international attention. … Continue reading