Ethical guidelines for televising or photographing executions

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 10 (2):95 – 108 (1995)
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The application of 2 sets of ethical guidelines in this article leads to the conclusion that readers and viewers can know what they need to know about capital punishment without television or still pictures of the actual execution. The press can maximize compassion for stakeholders and minimize emotional suffering, while at the same time fulfilling its truthtelling duties.
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