Truth, freedom, and responsibility: Seeking common ethical ground in international news work

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 1 (2):68 – 73 (1986)
Abstract
This article recounts the evolution of a global debate on the development of a common international code of journalistic ethics that would apply to East and West, Developed and Developing Countries. It sees as unlikely universal principles and prescriptions for professionals can be adopted across the divergent sociopolitical philosophies involved. Even common ground for constructive discussion on the topic is limited. Scholars, journalists, and educators are encouraged to instill an appreciation for the differences and to help create an understanding of the special problems involved in media relationships among countries
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