Ethical Issues in Journalism: Minimizing Harm when Reporting on Children

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Ethical Issues in Journalism: Minimizing Harm when Reporting on Children

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Meg Gramza explores the ethical challenges the press faces when reporting on sex trafficking, especially when victims are children. She recommends how journalists can meet their obligation to report truth and do so thoroughly, while minimizing risks of additional harm to the victims. William Wharton explores the ethics involved in photographing children who have been victims of crime and how photojournalists can avoid adding to children’s trauma.

Publication Date

4-18-2018

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Course Project

Primary Advisor

Annette M Taylor

Primary Advisor's Department

Communication

Keywords

Stander Symposium poster

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Presenters: Meg Elizabeth Gramza, William Lawrence Wharton

Ethical Issues in Journalism: Minimizing Harm when Reporting on Children

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