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  1. Tom Brislin (2014). Ethics and the Media: An Introduction, by Stephen A. J. Ward. Teaching Philosophy 37 (1):97-99.
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  2. Tom Brislin & Yasuhiro Inoue (2007). Kids and Crime: A Comparative Study of Youth Coverage in Japan and the United States. Journal of Mass Media Ethics 22 (1):3 – 17.
    This pilot study examines how a number of American and Japanese journalists make the tough calls regarding an escalating social problem: whether to identify juveniles who have been charged with serious capital crimes. Divergent societal and journalistic values of the two countries are explored via a survey of journalists from Honolulu and Hiroshima. Newsroom policies and practices are described regarding general and specific cases of juvenile crime. In general, Japanese journalists are far more likely than U.S. journalists to withhold names. (...)
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  3. Tom Brislin (2004). Empowerment as a Universal Ethic in Global Journalism. Journal of Mass Media Ethics 19 (2):130 – 137.
    Globalization has churned up in its wake a reevaluation of standards in numerous enterprises, including journalism. The search for a universal journalism ethic, however, has often ended with the attempt to import traditional and underlying Western "free press" values, such as objectivity and an adversarial platform, forged in Enlightenment philosophy. This belief of the universal portability of Western values is reflected in the mixed results of several professional initiatives in the early and mid-1990s designed to both install and instill a (...)
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  4. Tom Brislin (1997). Case Studies by Numbers: Journalism Ethics Learning. Journal of Mass Media Ethics 12 (4):221 – 226.
    Th i s study is a quick take on how pedagogical research and journalism ethics case study methodology can be combined with a creative formulation and applied to the classroom. The result is a more active, engaging, and meaningful experience for students as they are able to build relations between and among journalistic values in case studies of their own creation.
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  5. Tom Brislin & Nancy Williams (1996). Beyond Diversity: Expanding the Canon in Journalism Ethics. Journal of Mass Media Ethics 11 (1):16 – 27.
    Diversity has become a watchword in American journalism as newspapers and TV stations strive to staff their newsroom with more women and minority journalists. But diversity must be thought of as more than numbers. Newsroom culture must change as it becomes more infused with this new wave of journalists who bring different backgrounds, perspectives, and values to the news mix. The new wave of diverse journalists are, in fact, in our classrooms today. Ethics courses preparing journalists for the 21st century (...)
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  6. Tom Brislin (1995). A Journalism of Philosophy: A Book Review by Tom Brislin. [REVIEW] Journal of Mass Media Ethics 10 (1):49 – 51.
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  7. Tom Brislin (1992). "Just Journalism:" A Moral Debate Framework. Journal of Mass Media Ethics 7 (4):209 – 219.
    The centuries-old lost War Doctrine can be a model for framing the journalistic ethics decision making process - a Just Journalism moral test of intended action against anticipated effects. A just journalism paradigm provides a clear set of criteria to be argued and met in considering action that approaches or crosses such borders of extreme professional practice as deception or intrusions into personal privacy. The debate provides a sharper focus on the effects of actions through balancing intentions, justice, methods, alternatives (...)
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