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Has journalism fallen prey to “The Market”?

Has Tim Lane named the elephant in the room? That Journalism, as the Fourth Estate to protect democracy, has fallen prey to “the market”! In his piece in the Sunday Age (Melbourne, Australia) today Tim Lane says, “An esteemed Australian … Continue reading

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Confused journalists – Boldness; fairness; objectivity?

Help us understand factors that prevent impoverished debate about the ethics driving media in Australia! Help us develop dialogue through your comments. A link worth studying… http://www.thenewspaperworks.com.au/crossing-the-line-have-newspapers-gone-too-far/ Extract: Margaret Simons: Depends what you mean by fair. It is certainly the … Continue reading

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What makes life worth living?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpUxIynUA7Q Andrew, a  good friend of mine sent me a link for a conference with Miroslav Volf to be held in Sydney next year. He’s not the first to recommend signing up. Knowing I had to respond, I started watching … Continue reading

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The Word Can Change Society

AMEP exists to engage and encourage journalists to use their craft to improve Australia’s social environment: to be a more just and compassionate society. Yesterday, a number of AMEP associates had an opportunity to engage with Chris Johnston, a senior … Continue reading

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