TRADE PRESS PUBLICATIONS

  1. When is Media Studies Research…Research? Media Ethics Magazine. Spring, 2014.
  1. The Essential Role for News Media, Phi Kappa Phi Forum, Winter 2004.
  1. Balance and Context: Maintaining Media Ethics, Phi Kappa Phi Forum, Spring 2003.
  1. A Focus on Outcomes Enhances Learning, Ethical News, The newsletter of AEJMC/Media Ethics Division, Spring 2002.
  1. A New Warp and Weft for the Classroom, The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 2001.
  1. How to do an Ethics Content Audit, and Assessing the Cases: Usually it’s a Question of How to Cover, not Whether. Editorial Matters, Lee Enterprises, July 2001.
  1. Confused Coverage [The Elian Rescue/Raid], News Photographer, July 2000.
  1. Journalism Ethics Classes: Do They Make Better Journalists? Deni Elliott and Wendy Barger, Quill Magazine, August 2000.
  1. Getting Past the Wall, Quill Magazine, April 2000.
  1. Doing an Awful Lot That’s Right, Media Ethics, Summer 1998.
  1. Journalists’ Con Games Can Backfire, Montana Journalism Review, Summer 1997.
  1. Forget Compassion — Give me News, Montana Journalism Review, Fall 1994.
  1. The Waco Task Force: There’s Still Hope, Quill Magazine. November/December 1993.
  1. A Foundation for Informed Decision Making, The FineLine Legacy,” FineLine, November/December 1991.
  1. Plagiarism: It’s not a Black-and-white Issue, Quill Magazine, November 1991.
  1. Outing: When the Media do it to you, FineLine, October 1991.
  1. A Medical Condition Media-generated Money Can’t Cure: Maybe What Seems so Right is Wrong, FineLine, September 1991.
  1. Deception and Imagery, NPPA Photojournalism Ethics Protocol. July 1991.
  1. Thou Shalt not Trick Thy Source, FineLine, July/August 1991.
  1. When What’s Public Should Remain Private, FineLine, June 1991.
  1. Building Barriers: The Case Against Financial Involvement, FineLine, May 1991.
  1. When Advocacy is OK: Access is an Acceptable Journalist’s Cause, FineLine, April 1991.
  1. Rallying ‘Round the Flag: The Press as U.S. Propagandists, FineLine, March 1991.
  1. Fairness: A Casualty of the anti-drug Crusade, FineLine, February 1991.
  1. How Now, Sacred Cow? United Way’s Favored Treatment by Media, FineLine, January 1991.
  1. The Year in Review: 1990’s Biggest Ethical Headaches and Journalistic Bloopers, FineLine, November/December 1990.
  1. As Life Passes By: A Journalist’s Role is Watch and Wait, FineLine, October 1990.
  1. Author! Author! Ethical Dilemmas When Reporters Turn Author, FineLine, September 1990.
  1. Foul Play: The Media Drive to Score on the Isiah Thomas Story, FineLine, August 1990.
  1. Family Feud: Handling Conflicts Between Journalists and Partners, FineLine, July 1990.
  1. They Said it First: Is That Reason for Going With a Story? FineLine, June 1990.
  1. Suffer the Children: Journalists are Guilty of Child Misuse, FineLine, May 1990.
  1. To Name or not to Name … That is the Question, FineLine, April 1990.
  1. In Tomorrow’s News … Ethics Will be a Story Subject, FineLine, March 1990.
  1. Make the Choice: Good Samaritan or Good Reporter, FineLine, February 1990.
  1. Ethics Codes/Written Rules: The Problem is the Writing, FineLine, January 1990.
  1. What’s News About the News Media? FineLine, December 1989.
  1. Doing Your Own Ethics Audit, FineLine, November 1989.
  1. How to Handle Suicide Threats, FineLine, October 1989.
  1. Freedom of Expression: Do Journalists Have a Right? FineLine, September 1989.
  1. Are we our Brother’s Keeper? You Bet We Are! FineLine, August 1989.
  1. Let’s Make a Deal! The Dangers of Trading with Sources, FineLine, July 1989.
  1. Anonymity for Rape Victims … Should the Rules Change? FineLine, June 1989.
  1. Deciding Which Critically Ill Person Gets Coverage, FineLine, May 1989.
  1. Making the Call: From Private to Public, FineLine, April 1989.
  1. AIDS and Public Disclosure; The Scarlet Letter, 1988 APME Ethics Committee Report.
  1. Identifying AIDS Victims: The Destruction of Dr. Huse, Washington Journalism Review, October 1988.
  1. Family Ties: A Case Study of Coverage of Families and Friends During the Hijacking of TWA Flight 847, National Terrorism and the Media Project, 1987.
  1. Editors Learn the Hard Way on Campuses, 1986-87 Journalism Ethics Report, Society of Professional Journalists.
  1. Is Journalism a Profession? Yes, and no Strings Attached, Freedom of Information, 1984–85 Report of the Society of Professional Journalists.
  1. The Consequences of Deception: Unwarranted Use Can Damage Public Trust in Journalists; Ends vs. Means: Comparing Two Cases of Deceptive Practices; and Education: Avoiding Indoctrination Through Ethics Instruction, 1984–1985 Journalism Ethics Report, Society of Professional Journalists.
  1. The Oliver Sipple Story: The Questions it Raises for the Press, Deni Elliott and Marty Linsky, Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. (653) 1982.