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Jean-Marie Charon

L’éthique des journalistes au xxe siècle. De la responsabilité devant les pairs aux devoirs à l’égard du public

Le Temps des médias n°1, automne 2003, p.200-210.

The twentieth century was marked by intense discussion of journalists’ codes of conduct and ethical considerations. Initially thought of as a forum limited to professional circles, the exchanges became susumed in a fully-fledged debate in the public arena. Journalists however, are hesitant about where they should stand in such a debate, just as they hesitate over the nature of their response. DrapeauFrancais

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