Journalism Ethics
Journalism Ethics
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Annotation: Introduces young readers to the code of ethics in jornalism, why it exists, and how it's changed over the years. They'll also learn how to tell if news sources they follow adhere to it through practical examples and useful fact boxes.
Catalog Number: #176061
Format: Perma-Bound Edition
Copyright Date: 2019
Edition Date: 2019
Pages: 32 pages
Availability: Available
ISBN: Publisher: 1-538-34610-9 Perma-Bound: 0-7804-3756-X
ISBN 13: Publisher: 978-1-538-34610-5 Perma-Bound: 978-0-7804-3756-2
Dewey: 174
Dimensions: 22 cm.
Language: English
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With so many questions today about how journalists work and the parameters of good journalism, this strong entry from the Young Citizen's Guide to News Literacy series (8 titles) is right on time with answers. The book begins with the basic rules of journalism, which include making reports accurate, fair, and factual and verifying information. But the devil is in the details, so much of the book is devoted to showing how journalists make sure their reports meet those criteria. Sometimes, however, journalists get it wrong, and the issues of prejudice, anonymous sources, and just plain mistakes are examined. There is some coverage of the history of journalism and a look at reporting versus opinion. Solid questions to the reader are raised about how to handle certain situations. Required material to have in the era of "fake news."
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Reading Level: 5.0
Interest Level: 4-7
Guided Reading Level: M
Fountas & Pinnell: M

One way to be a thoughtful consumer of the news is to pay attention to the quality of the news sources you watch, listen to, and read. Good journalists follow a code of ethics when preparing and delivering news reports. Through age-appropriate language and real-life examples, this intriguing book tells young readers more about that code, why it exists, and how it's changed over the years. They'll also learn how to tell if new sources they follow adhere to it through practical examples and useful fact boxes.


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