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The Ebola epidemic has produced mixed bag of reporting from the Western press. The theme and tone of stories printed by The New York Times, for example, is American, secular, and condescending.
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Ciudad Juárez necesita esperanza. La violencia que se ve y que entra en su cuarto año de duración, es una situación que ha mermado la capacidad de asombro de la gente.
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With Mexico’s teen fertility rate rising over the past 15 years, experts and teen mothers evaluate government prevention efforts.
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Reporters in the U.S. have come to view their processions not merely as adversarial, but essentially exempt from other ethical, social, and even legal demands on the citizens of a country.
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Living in Illinois since 1998, Sadaf Syed covers her head and says she understands how it feels when Muslim women are misunderstood and misrepresented.
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The ultimate goal of this project is to examine the codes of ethics/canons expressed by several major journalistic organizations since the turn of the century.
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Let's think together about the contrasts between prevailing notions of truth and journalism, versus traditional understandings of Truth.
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Response originally presented at the OCRPL conference "Fact vs. Rumor Journalism in the 21st Century."
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The Media Project announces the launch of the Coaching and Leadership Fellowship, in conjunction with The Poynter Institute, to train journalism leaders around the world.
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Rod Dreher: "I’m glad George Gilder brought up the issue of global warming, because it so often epitomizes the promise and the peril of the Internet in the search for truth."
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