Privileging the press confidential sources journalism ethics and the first amendment law and society amazonde shepard jason m fremdsprachige bucher. Privileging the press confidential sources journalism ethics and the first amendment jason m shepard august 2011 isbn 13 978 1 59332 464 3 hardcover or 978 1 59332 635 7 paperback dimensions 55 x 85 xvi 318 pages. Amazoncom privileging the press confidential sources journalism ethics and the first amendment law and society 9781593326357 jason m shepard books. Shepard examines how subpoenas for newsgathering information have raised both old and new legal and ethical problems for journalists seeking to protect confidential sources he explores the ethical and legal evolution of journalistic privilege drawing on cases from the 19th century the first amendment principle that emerged in the middle of the 20th century the public policy implications . Answered within journalism ethics the problem requires balancing the benefit of confidential sources particularly the quality of information available to the journalist and indeed even the tip off to a story against the risk that confidential sources might diminish the credibility of the story when journalists promises of confidentiality are given too frequently or without good reason
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