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  1. Who is a Development Journalist? Perspectives on Media Ethics and Professionalism in Post-Colonial Societies.Bala A. Musa & Jerry Komia Domatob - 2007 - Journal of Mass Media Ethics 22 (4):315 – 331.
    Journalistic practice and professionalism across the globe are characterized by certain universals as well as unique particularities. In most post-colonial societies, the ethical philosophies and professional ethos of journalists reflect the tension between the commitment to integrity and social responsibility, shared by journalists worldwide, and the contextual interpretation and application of these principles. This article examines the ethics and ethos of development journalism as a philosophically, culturally, and historically evolving professional ideology. It surveys the ethical landscape of development journalists and (...)
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  • The Public's Right to Know in Liberal-Democratic Thought Vs. The People's ‘Obligation to Know’ in Hebrew Law.Tsuriel Rashi - 2009 - Empedocles: European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication 1 (1):91-105.