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Shattered Glass and Fabulation

In a way, it’s fortunate that Stephen Glass made up his stories and got caught when he did. He fabricated upwards of 30 stories for The New Republic in an age when the internet couldn’t really get ahold of him and run with it. 430 more words

Charles Lane & Ethics in Journalism

Newspapers and articles for years have contained articles that have appealed to readers because of they’re far-fetched stories and entertaining plots. In the film, “ 382 more words

Shattered Glass

Shattered Glass as a movie had a lot of aspects that highlight what good journalism looks like and what bad journalism looks like. Within the field, fact checking has to be in the top three most important aspects for a journalist not to forget if for no other reason than credibility. 522 more words

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A Question of Ethics

In the movie Shattered Glass, the editor Charles “Chuck” Lane is a new editor for the The New Republic, a newspaper reporting articles on politics and entertainment. 484 more words

Blog 2: "Shattered Glass" Ethics

The most ethical character in Shattered Glass was Chuck Lane. Chuck became the editor of The New Republic after Micheal Kelly was fired, which, unfortunately, caused him to lose the respect of the writers. 370 more words

Through Shattered Glass

Throughout Shattered Glass, Chuck Lane fights for the facts as an editor at The New Republic. Lane becomes an outcast to his peers for the majority of the movie while striving to maintain the ethics and credibility of the newspaper. 294 more words

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Plagiarism Shattered

In the movie Shattered Glass the term ethics is implied immensely in regards to journalism at The New Republic. One such journalist, Stephen Glass, created fictional stories in order to get recognition. 300 more words