JOUR 250 A - Journalism Ethics & Diversity
Focuses on media decision-making and news judgment, specifically ethics and diversity in newsgathering with regard to scope, privacy, bias, economic concerns, and accountability. Examines real-life news decisions and the thoughts of journalists who lived through famous and infamous ethics situations. Key provisions in the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics regarding use of diverse voices will be discussed and applied in practical ways, and both students and the instructor will find current examples of ethics issues to present to the class. Diversity education is part of the required standard for achieving journalism accreditation from the discipline's national accrediting body.
Prerequisite: JOUR 200 is recommended. If available, seats may open to campus at a later date, TBD. Please note: This section will have synchronous (live) sessions.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate
Term(s): Fall , Spring