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This special issue shows that "old ethics" don't always provide ready answers to problems raised by new technology. Exploring the perplexing topic of ethics in new media, this special issue: *examines the ethics of the highly controversial 1998 Cincinnati Enquirer exposé of Chiquita Brands International; *reports on a pilot project involving online journalists and online journalism graduate students; *investigates the extent to which e-mail and listservs are--and could be--effective fora for journalists interested in exploring matters of ethics; and *provides a useful annotated webliography of information resources.
Table of Contents
Volume 16, Number 4, 2001. Contents: Foreword. D. Challenger, C. Friend, "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree": Journalistic Ethics and Voice-Mail Surveillance. M. Deuze, D. Yeshua, Online Journalists Face New Ethical Dilemmas: Lessons From the Netherlands. T.E. Ruggiero, Electronic Mail and Listservs: Effective Journalistic Ethical Fora? E. Walshe, Digital Research in Media Ethics: An Annotated Webliography of Information Resources. CASES AND COMMENTARIES:The Enquirer and Chiquita.
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