Ethics in Journalism and Cheryl Kernot: A Colloquium

Breit, Rhonda, Harrison, John, Hirst, Martin, McLellan, Trina and Bartlett, Desley (2002) Ethics in Journalism and Cheryl Kernot: A Colloquium. Australian Studies in Journalism, 10-11 : 33-57.

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Author Breit, Rhonda
Harrison, John
Hirst, Martin
McLellan, Trina
Bartlett, Desley
Title Ethics in Journalism and Cheryl Kernot: A Colloquium
Journal name Australian Studies in Journalism   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1038-6130
Publication date 2002-01-01
Volume 10-11
Start page 33
End page 57
Total pages 25
Editor R. Kirkpatrick
G. Dobinson
S. McIlwaine
Place of publication St Lucia, Brisbane, Australia
Publisher Department of Journalism, The University of Queensland
Language eng
Subject 400101 Journalism
440104 Applied Ethics (incl. Bioethics and Environmental Ethics)
C1
751004 The media
Abstract Ethics asks the 'ought' question. Ought Laurie Oakes have disclosed Cheryl Kernot's affair with Gareth Evans? Ought the affair be taken into account in any assessment of Kernot's motives for defecting to the ALP? Ought Kernot have disclosed the affair to ALP leaders before her defection? Ought Kernot have omitted the affair from her memoir? Ought politicians' private lives be paraded in public? Ought journalists re-consider their treatment of high-profile women in public life? All these issues and more are discussed in the colloquium below.
Keyword Journalism - ethics
Applied ethics
Kernot
Cheryl
Politicians - Australia
Q-Index Code C1

 
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