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COMM 2254- EXAM #2 STUDY GUIDE

COMM 2254- EXAM #2 STUDY GUIDE - Exam#2 Final Exam Study...

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Exam #2 / Final Exam Study Guide Chapter 5  1. Why do we value privacy (be able to give five reasons)? 2. Discuss privacy as a legal concept by explaining the four areas of privacy with examples for each area. 3. Who are Samuel D. Warren and Louis D. Brandeis? 4. Name four principles our text gives as the foundation for an ethics of privacy for media practitioners—what are they?
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Chapter 6  1. What is confidentiality and how do we learn about it? 2. Be able to define “off the record,” “on background,” “shield laws, “reporter’s privilege” and “whistleblower.” Off the record- On Backgorund- Sheild Laws- Reporter’s Privilege- Whistleblower- 3. What are four justifications for confidentiality?
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4. What was the decision of Branzburg v. Hayes (1972) and why was it important? 5. Given a hypothetical case involving confidentiality, be able to defend your position using deontological, teleological, and/or virtue ethics.
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