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Should Science Journalists Have an Ethical Code?

Should Science Journalists Have an Ethical Code?

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Determining an ethical code is not as easy as it sounds when you take into to account a wide variety of cultures, journalistic training, and the constraints upon journalists in a variety of situations around the world.

This is a blog post by Science and Development Network  from the World Conference of Science Journalists 2011

Should science journalists have an ethical code?

 

 

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