The ethics of representation

Earlier this year, the National Union of Journalists in UK had called on its members to “help nail asylum myths”, following concern over some reporters’ loose use of language on immigration issues. Ryan Hooper revisits the issue.

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NUJ seeks sensitive reports on immigrants

The UK union of journalists has urged members to “help nail asylum myths”, following concern over some reporters’ loose use of language on immigration issues.

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Well done, says public

The British public appears to bear the media no ill-will over the Harry episode — in fact, the majority has only praise for the scribes. Jameela Oberman reports.

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Emory University


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Bournemouth University


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World Editors Forum


C Rammanohar Reddy

Economic and Political Weekly


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University of King's College


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University of Illinois-Chicago


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Bournemouth University


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Hebrew University of Jerusalem









 
 
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