Explain the readings in ways to show that you’ve done the readings.

  1. Point out specific arguments that are particularly cogent or specious.

I will email you the readings for this assignment

Readings
Three readings in a single PDF: Three readings in a single PDF: – Alternative Formats from Meyers, Christopher (Ed.), Journalism Ethics: A philosophical approach. (pp. 197-201). Oxford University Press:
► Section introduction by Christopher Meyers.
►Christians, C. (2010). The ethics of privacy. In Meyers, Christopher (Ed.), Journalism Ethics: A philosophical approach. (pp. 203-214). Oxford University Press.
►Gauthier, Candace Cummins (2010). Understanding and Respecting Privacy. In Meyers, Christopher (Ed.), Journalism Ethics: A philosophical approach. (pp. 215-230). Oxford University Press.

Also, please read:
► Warren, Samuel D, & Brandeis, Louis D. (1890). The right to privacy. The right to privacy. – Alternative Formats Harvard Law Review (4)5, 193-220.
►Healy, K. (2020). Coercion, consent and the struggle for social media Coercion, consent and the struggle for social media – Alternative Formats . In L. Wilkins and C. Christians (Eds.) (2nd ed.) The Routledge handbook of mass media ethics, 321-335. Routledge.



For this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of writing well; this includes using Associated Press style. Your paper should illustrate your comprehension of the module readings analyzing key points for each. See the Course Schedule for the due date. Follow the instructions below to complete the assignment:
1. Explain the readings in ways to show that you’ve done the readings.
2. Point out specific arguments that are particularly cogent or specious.
o Tell me what struck you about each reading – what you liked or didn’t like – and why.
3. Ask questions that you would like to see discussed for the week.
o Provide at least two writing prompts based on the readings (including page numbers) that could become the online discussion topics.
o It can be based upon compare/contrast of different approaches, or why you think one approach would be best for journalists while another would not be good.
4. Evaluate those arguments.
o Compare disparate arguments, and draw conclusions in favor of the argument that seems the most cogent to you.
o Persuade readers why you’re right and others may be wrong.
o Validate those arguments, as you can, using examples from your own experience or from other information.

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