Journalism and Ethics: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice

Editor/Author Information Resources Management Association
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

Single-User Purchase Price: $595.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $892.50
ISBN: 978-1-52-258359-2
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 16
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Journalism and Ethics: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice examines the impacts of journalism on society and the media's responsibility to accurately inform citizens of government and non-government activities in an ethical manner.

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Table of Contents

    • Preface
    • Part I: Development Journalism and Conflict Reporting
    • – Free Media and Democracy in the Age of Globalization: An Analysis of Turkish Leading Newspaper
    • – Imperative of Peace and Conflict-Sensitive Journalism in Development
    • – Role of Citizen Journalism through Internet in Reporting War and Conflicts: An Introspection
    • – Understanding Media During Times of Terrorism
    • – Role of Traditional and New Media in Ethnic Conflict in Nigeria’s Middle Belt Region: A Primer on Peace Building and Community Development
    • Part II: Factual Reporting, Objectivity, and Verification
    • – Analyzing Verbal Narratives in TV News and Commercials
    • – The Biased Truth: An Objective Perspective on Nonobjective News Reporting
    • – Ethical Pitfalls in the Digital Age: When the Desire to “Serve Hot” Gets in the Way of Verification
    • – Media-Invented Stories and Outright Lies a Threat to Journalism Ethics and Media Credibility
    • – Real-Life and Virtual News Sources Can Be Flat-Out Wrong: Teaching the Importance of Libel Law and Media Literacy in a Single Class Session
    • – Media Literacy and Fake News: How Media Literacy Can Curb the Fake News Trend
    • Part III: Media Ethics and Regulation
    • – To Lie or Not to Lie: Interrogating Codes of Conduct on Photo Ethics in the Era of Digital Technologies
    • – New Communication Technologies: Women’s Rights Violations, Limits on Freedom of Expression, and Alternative Ways to Promote Human Rights
    • – Media Ethics and Elections Coverage in Nigeria: Understanding the Context and Imperatives From a Gender Perspective
    • – Media Regulation and Freedom of Expression in Black Africa: A Comparative Study of Nigeria and Cameroo
    • – Citizen Journalism on Facebook and the Challenges of Media Regulation in Zimbabwe: Baba Jukwa
    • – Deferring Citizens’ “Right to Know” in an Information Age: The Information Deficit in Namibia
    • Part IV: Media Literacy
    • – Digital Competence: A Net of Literacies
    • – Critical Media Literacy as Transformative Pedagog
    • – The Freedom of Critical Thinking: Examining Efforts to Teach American News Literacy Principles in Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Malaysia
    • Part V: New Media Technology
    • – When Journalism Met the Internet: Old Media and New Media Greet the Online Public
    • – Immersive Journalism Design Within a Transmedia Space
    • – Computational Journalism: Shaping the Future of News in a Big Data World
    • – Data-Driven Information Consumption: Heralding a New “Golden Age” of Journalism and Content Creation?
    • – A Culture of Survivors: SlutWalk, Third Culture, and New Media Communication
    • – Tell China’s Story Well? Cultural Framing and Online Contestation
    • – New Media Technology and Development Journalism in Nigeria
    • – Training for Mobile Journalism
    • – Who Brings the News? Exploring the Aggregators Apps for Mobile Devices
    • – Journalists and Mobile: Melding Social Media and Social Capital
    • – Mobile Journalism and Innovation: A Study on Content Formats of Autochthonous News Apps for Tablets
    • – The Politicization of Selfie Journalism: An Empirical Study to Parliamentary Elections
    • – Journalistic Professionalism and User Motivations for Snapchat Video
    • – Mobile Journalism, Cellphilms, and the Use of the StoryMaker Multimedia Software at a Zimbabwean Media Training University
    • – The Gamification of Journalism
    • – Games and Quizzes in Online Journalism: Reaching Users via Interactivity and Customization
    • Part VI: Social Media and Social Networking
    • – Spreading the News: Spreadable Media, Social Networking, and the Future of News Production
    • – Abuse of the Social Media Brain: Implications for Media Producers and Educators
    • – How Social Media Offers Opportunities for Growth in the Traditional Media Industry: The Case of Travel Journalism
    • – Potential Mediations of Hashtags Within Transmedia Journalism
    • – Viral News Content, Instantaneity, and Newsworthiness Criteria
    • – The Media Event as Enhanced News Story: How User-Generated Content Determines the News Agenda
    • – Citizen Engagement and News Selection for Facebook Pages
    • – Social Media in Crisis: How Social Media Created a NPO and Relief During a Wildfire Crisis
    • – Stakeholder Interaction for Sustainability: The Impact of Social Media on Nigeria’s Oil and Gas Industry
    • Part VII: Transmedia Journalism
    • – Journalism in the Twenty-First Century: To Be or Not to Be Transmedia?
    • – A Question of Trust: Functions and Effects of Transmedia Journalism
    • – Designing Transmedia Journalism Projects
    • – Pedagogical Guidelines to Introduce Transmedia Learning Into the Classroom: The Brazilian Context