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Tyler Jones looks at the public's right to information about government, journalists’ duty to serve the public, and government's need to keep secrets in the national interest. Jones examines when, how and to what extent journalists should disclose classified material. Kelsey Kramb looks at the ethical minefields that arise during breaking news events. She examines how the reporters can adhere to journalistic values and ethics in situations where truth is not always immediately apparent. When and how much information should journalists disclose in such cases?
Annette M Taylor
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium poster
"Ethic Issues in Journalism: How Much is Too Much to Report?" (2018). Stander Symposium Posters. 1411.