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RUNNING HEAD M3A1: BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 M3A1 Bibliography Excelsior College Author’s Note This paper was written for COMM335 – Ethics in Communication. The paper was submitted on
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Running Head M3A1 Bibliography 2 Collins, R. (2002). Professional Codes of Ethics. Retrieved from Professor Collins provides a basis of fundamental principles for the traditional (radio, television, newspapers etc.) principles for journalist to follow. These principles are broken down to each organization and highlighting the importance of each and why. Evaluation: The information is dated and credible, relevant to the content, purpose and audience. Flectcher, A. (2017). In a World of ‘Alternative Fact’ Do the Rules Change for Reporters? Retrieved from - facts-do-the-rules-change-for-reporters/ Guest host Ernie Manouse and Lindita Camaj, journalism professor of the University of Houston, delve into today’s journalist’s ethics and how would one confront another without professing an opinion in the matter. This all came about with Senior White House Adviser Ms. Kellyanne Conway opposed White House Press Secretary Mr. Dean Spicer claimed that Presidents Trumps inauguration had the most supporters ever for that event, despite contradictory evidence. Both host and guest examine how journalists can report alternative facts when information has been presented to the public. Evaluation: The information is credible, relevant to the content, purpose and audience. The date is made easily available.
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