Table of contents for Journalism ethics goes to the movies / edited by Howard Good.

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How to Use this Book	000
Introduction	000
1	Responsible Journalistic Inquiry: The Paper	000
	Sandra L. Borden
2	Fabrication in Journalism: Shattered Glass	000
	Matthew C. Ehrlich
3	Political Manipulation of the Media: Wag the Dog	000
	Berrin A. Beasley
4	What Is Good Work: Absence of Malice	000
	S. Holly Stocking
5	Deception and Undercover Journalism: Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, Mr. Deeds	000
	Joe Saltzman
6	Covering Sports: The Pride of the Yankees	000
	John Carvalho
7	When Journalists Are First Responders: Die Hard	000
	Bill Reader
8	Style Over Substance: Broadcast News	000
	Lee Anne Peck
9	Ethics in Black and White: Goodnight, and Good Luck	000
	Michael Dillon
10	Crime Reporting: Veronica Guerin	000
	Robert Brown
11	The Utopian Nature of Journalistic Truth: The Year of Living Dangerously	000
	Joseph Harry
12	Journalism and the Victims of War: Welcome to Sarajevo	000
	Howard Good
Afterword: Left Hanging	000
Discussion Questions	000
For Further Reading	000
Selected Journalism Movies for Further Viewing	000
Class Projects for Instructors	000
About the Contributors	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Journalists in motion pictures.
Journalistic ethics.