Press freedom, ethics and the Constitution

  • David Robie
Keywords: press freedom, freedom of speech, self-regulation, objectivity, media roles, media freedom


Do journalists need to make a stand? As tellers of the truth and watchdogs, do those in the news media need to decide whether they are the agents of power -- or of the people? And how is the journalists' code of ethics upheld? These are crucial questions about freedom of the press. 


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Robie, D. (1996). Press freedom, ethics and the Constitution. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 3(2), 72-83.

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