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“Whose side are you on?” Representations of journalism of attachment and detachment in the movies

“Whose side are you on?” Representations of journalism of attachment and detachment in the movies By Graham Fraser ABSTRACT The journalism of attachment is an idea from veteran war correspondent Martin Bell,who argues that journalistic objectivity in war is inappropriate and unworkable. With his supporters, he argues for a moral …

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The Ethics of Immersive Journalism: A rhetorical analysis of news storytelling with virtual reality technology

The Ethics of Immersive Journalism: A rhetorical analysis of news storytelling with virtual reality technology By Hollis Kool Stanford University Abstract This paper provides background on and raises ethical challenges in regard to virtual reality technology as a journalistic tool. The realistic and empathy – generating nature of 360-degree filmed …

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