Of crime and consequence: Should newspapers report rape complainants' names?

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 6 (2):106 – 118 (1991)
Fear of public disclosure that will add to the humiliation of rape or other sexual assault is real for victims. In discussing this issue, cases for concealment and for disclosure are examined and suggestions are made for determining whether to publish names of victims.
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