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During two 3-week cycles of seminars one in each semester , the basic ethical concepts and theories will be discussed together with their practical application in contemporary media and journalism.
Based on the theory, students will learn about ethical issues that come up in the professions of journalist and media manager in different political and economic systems of the contemporary world.
Students will also learn about contemporary codes of professional ethics in media, and will critically review their effectiveness and professional function. Two-semester seminar classes in two cycles of 9 three-hour units. In view of the type of credits, the way the material is arranged and the classes in moral reasoning held in the same amount during both semesters, students can benefit from taking part in both cycles or just one, the first or the second.
Credits for one semester will be based on test results, reports, participation in the seminars and a written paper. Lecture: Ethical theories: a historical outline of ethics, from Socrates to contemporary times. Moral reasoning test: introductory example concerning ethics in an election campaign. Lecture: Public media and private media.
The Law on Radio and Television. Lecture: Journalistic standards as a guarantee of media credibility. Test: The "tape scandal" and the ethical problems of journalists involved. Report: Codes of journalistic ethics in Polish radio and television. Discussion on the test concerning the scope of protection of minors.
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. Radio-Television News Directors Association. Codes of Ethics. International Journalists' Network. Dyskusja nt. Warszawa: Collegium Civitas, 7 grudnia r. Dziennikarski Kodeks Obyczajowy.
Fiut, Ignacy S. Filozofia - media - ekologia, rozdz. X: O odpowiedzialnosci etycznej dziennikarzy. Bertrand, Claude-Jean. Media Accountability Systems. Heil, Alan L. Voice of America: A History. New York: Columbia University Press, Paperback Lublin: Gaudium, New York: Three Rivers Press, Rutliewicz, Ignacy. Skip to main menu Skip to submenu Skip to content. Print syllabus.
Course descriptions are protected by copyright. Copyright by University of Warsaw. University of Warsaw - Central Authentication System. You are not logged in log in. Seminar 1 Lecture: Introduction to journalistic ethics.
Review of the literature, methodology, and marking system. Comprehension test. Seminar 2 Lecture: Ethical theories: a historical outline of ethics, from Socrates to contemporary times. DVD with a typical example of an ethical problem in journalism. A practical approach to resolving ethical problems.
Seminar 3 Discussion on the introductory example. Lecture: Applying ethical theories in moral reasoning. A model. DVD illustrating the scope of rights of journalistic sources.
Test: the rights of minors. Seminar 4 Discussion on the test concerning the rights of minors. Report: Public radio in Poland. Test: conflict of interests. Seminar 5 Discussion on the test concerning conflict of interests. Report: Public television in Poland. Seminar 6 Report: Codes of journalistic ethics in the Polish press. Lecture: Secret recordings. The "tape scandal". Discussion on the test concerning the "tape scandal". Test: using a false identity. Seminar 7 Discussion on the test concerning using a false identity.
DVD on relations between politicians and journalists. Lecture: Watergate. Test: scope of protection of minors. Seminar 8 Discussion on the test concerning the scope of protection of minors. Report: The moral dimension of reality TV. Lecture: Young audiences. DVD on ethical problems involved in protecting minors. Test: anonymity of sources. Seminar 9 Discussion on the test concerning anonymity of sources. Report: The moral dimension of stereotypes in media.
Lecture: Stereotypes in media. Review of material covered so far. Discussion on semester papers. Selection of topics. American Society of Newspaper Editors. This course is not currently offered.
ETYKA DZIENNIKARSKA PDF
Let us proceed to the third article. It is objected 1 that God does not exist, because if one of two contradictory things is infinite, the other will be totally destroyed; that it is implied in the name God that there is a certain infinite goodness: if then God existed, no evil w But evil is found in the world; therefore it is objected that God does not exist. Again, that what can be accomplished through a less number of principles will not be accomplished through more. It is objected that all things that appear on the earth can be accounted for through other principles, without supposing that God exists, since what is natural can be traced to a natural principle, and what proceeds from a proposition can be traced to the human reason or will. Therefore that there is no necessity to suppose that God exists.
"etyka dziennikarska" in English
The paper describes ethical issues involved in the work of a TV journalist. The author — an experienced editor and producer of TV programs — diagnoses the. Title, Etyka dziennikarska. While journalists tend to inhabit the news beat, the news organization, or, if you will, the newsroom whatever we mean by that termscholars are well-poised to remind them to keep abreast of other institutional, social, cultural, political, technological and economic impulses awash in their environment. Technically, journalists face new challenges from the blogosphere and other venues, which make the accomplishment of newswork tenuous. Those forces push broadly during certain periods etykq change in multiple domains, not just journalism. The fact that few other forums exist that quite reproduce that experience suggests that neither side has made exchange a targeted goal.
Journalistic ethics I
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