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Should Perspective be Shared: Journalists, Opinion and Social Media

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No reporter can ever claim to be entirely objective in their craft, but the presence of social media use promulgates these individual perspectives to a wider audience than ever before, changing the question from “how opinionated should reporters be in their work” to “should reporters share their opinions at all, on any medium?”

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MMC4203: Communication Ethics

TA, University of South Florida, Department of Journalism & Digital Communication, 2020

A study of the fundamental principles and philosophies of ethics and their application of the decision-making process in the various professions of mass communication.

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J202: Mass Media Practices

TA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Journalism & Mass Communication, 2020

A hands-on introduction to the norms, tools and best practices used in a variety of mass communication industries. Heavy focus on projects and lab work. 6 credit hours, primarily lab work.

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J202: Mass Media Practices

TA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Journalism & Mass Communication, 2021

A hands-on introduction to the norms, tools and best practices used in a variety of mass communication industries. Heavy focus on projects and lab work. 6 credit hours, primarily lab work.

Shadid Curriculum

Developer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Journalism Ethics, 2021

Founded in Shadid Award finalists’ work, the curriculum encourages student journalists to consider thorny ethical issues and place themselves in the position of making difficult journalistic decisions.

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