New book – “Radical Media Ethics”

My new book, Radical Media Ethics-A Global Approach, is ready for pre-order from or [...]

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Twitter and journalism: three continuing ethical pressure points is pleased to welcome contributor David A. Craig, professor of journalism and associate dean at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Craig's essay on Twitter [...]

The Unfortunate Legacy of Legacy Culture

Having attended recently a number of journalism and media conferences, I sat there, at times surprised and at other times frustrated, by conservative attitudes among some [...]

Why the new journalism ethics should be public, not personal

(This blog was first published on the MediaShift site at [...]

Open global ethics: “Listening” across differences

How can journalists in a global world, marked by deep inequalities and cultural differences, help people understand others quite unlike themselves?  One idea is that [...]