Closely organized around SPJ's Code of Ethics, this updated edition uses real-life case studies to demonstrate how students and professionals in journalism and other communication disciplines identify and reason through ethical dilemmas.
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SPJ and the Journalism Education Association are looking to match journalists and K-12 teachers in a nationwide effort to bring more journalism education to schools. The project, #Press4Education, provides lesson plans, presentations and other resources to journalists who want to volunteer to share their knowledge. Get the details and get involved here.
– Should Government Fund Local News? (and Other Issues Impacting the Sustainability of Journalism)
– Media Trust Webinar Series for College Students #1: Public Perception of the Press
– Race, Protests and Journalism Ethics
– Stories from the Frontlines: Journalists and Protests with CNN's Brian Stelter
– Censorship: Getting Past Reporting Roadblocks in the Time of COVID-19
SPJ and the Facebook Journalism Project are committed to creating opportunities for journalists everywhere to learn about the ways Facebook tools can help create and share incredible works of journalism, as well as engaging the public in the stories about their communities.