Graduate studies at Western
University of New South Wales Press (2005)
|Abstract||With refreshing candour, Ian Richards, journalist and academic, examines the reasons why this particular profession is, apparently, so ethically challenged.|
|Keywords||Journalistic ethics Journalism Objectivity Privacy, Right of|
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|Call number||PN4756.R52 2005|
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