Written for Academic Purposes only.
JNL 6014 – MA Broadcast Journalism, University of Sheffield (2008-2009)
Q: What are the Ethical Principles that should Govern how a Journalist Covers Terrorism? 447 more words
Anger over the arrest of two prominent journalists is gathering steam in Turkey. Police used pepper spray to push back protesters in Ankara rallying in their support… while in Istanbul, hundreds also gathered outside the newspaper’s headquarters in a show of solidarity. 620 more words
“If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to abuse one.”
When Pope Benedict XVI resigned the papacy in February 2013, most of the western media politely accepted that the frail Bavarian preacher had become physically unable to look after his shrinking and increasingly unobservant flock. 640 more words
“All I see is blue” he says, the confusion in his eyes were so overwhelming for her. “No, you have to look closer” she insists, “Do you see the swirls mixing with the white?” She tried to make him understand her point of view, like she knew that he would soon will. 647 more words