Ethical Inquiry 1 rewrite

Ethical Inquiry 1 rewrite - Libby Mishler October 21, 2007...

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Libby Mishler October 21, 2007 Ethical Inquiry #1 Rewrite “On Quiet Streets of Myanmar Fear Is a Constant Companion” 1 The article, “On Quiet Streets of Myanmar Fear Is a Constant Companion,” focuses on the fear of the citizens of Yangon, who have just been silenced after an uprising against the Junta government. The author, Choe Sang-Hun, wrote the story to show the public the repression of the citizens of this small country. The moral justification of running this story is to let the world know how these people are being treated. They were beaten and abused for speaking out against the government. A possible objection against running this story is that the story is biased because the journalist did not describe both sides of the conflict. Choe Sang-Hun, the South Korean journalist 2 who wrote the article, actually traveled to this area to gather information. He talked to many citizens of Myanmar and quoted them. However, all but one of them asked to remain anonymous. Sang-Han had to
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