Gozon, Cherie Ann O. PhD Media Studies Media 210 While the main premise of both libertarianism and social responsibility is freedom, but the specific context as to what kind of freedom they uphold and its underlying conditions as to the press’ content, accountability, operations, and audience response are different. Libertarianism of the press encourages a high regard for freedom of the press to the point that they publish any information – be it good or bad – and trusts the audience’s mental capacity to distinguish facts and opinions from fabricated information. (Campbel, Martin & Fabos, 2012) This theory believes that the press has the responsibility to divulge all information – no censorship, whatsoever – for public consumption. It also believes that people have the mental capacity to understand and interpret media messages. Because libertarianism strongly pushes for freedom of the press, this theory makes accountability and ethics optional.
With any agency or department under the criminal justice umbrella, it is vital that the vision and overall goals of their existence are to be responsible for supporting the will of the majority and protecting the privileges of all people. These principles are outlined in the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution which directs individuals who are associated with the criminal justice system shall “ensure justice” and advocate “domestic tranquility” (Cronkhite, 2013, p.297). Agency employees that work in the criminal justice system must follow concepts that exercise discretion, which are the decisions that can deny a citizen their life, liberty or property. These employees will enforce the law and preserve the constitutional rights of the public such
In the society of today, discussion on the topic of freedom of speech is at a forefront. The question on whether there are any limitations on the freedom of speech is one which causes a constant battle between “right and wrong” within the media and with public institutions. The argument that there are no limitations to expression is one which bears a lot of support from not just the liberalist area of society, but also quite often draws a lot of support from the conservative part too, as it is something that allows both sides to express their opinions. The importance of expressing ones opinions is something that the philosopher and economist John Stuart Mill believes is a fundamental part of human liberty. It is certainly true that there are always more than one way of looking at a situation, and finding truth within a situation can only be found if there are no limitations to people’s freedom of expressing their opinions on the said situation.
Consequently, effective media is an essential part in any culture of resolution, and it is a key for groups trying to make a change towards peace and equality. “You can never get all the facts from just one newspaper, and unless you have all the facts, you cannot make proper judgments about what is going on”– this statement by Harry S. Truman reflects the necessity for a free access to balanced and unbiased information. Not letting people to express themselves and depriving them
The manufacturer must anticipate and incorporate all feasible safety features of the products. (2) Production which refer to adequate care of the product is taken and quality control has been practiced in the production process. (3) Information which refer to labels or instructions about the product as a safety precaution to prevent danger to happen from using the product. 2.3 The Social Costs View The view goes beyond the contract and due care view. It holds that manufacturer should pay the costs of any injuries occurred due to any defects in the product, even when manufacture has taken due care in the manufacture and production, has exercised due care by informing users about the dangers and has already instructing the consumer the proper way to use the product.
1.07 Privacy and Confidentiality (I) After reading subsection I, I understood that privacy must be ensured in all circumstances otherwise the information must not be discussed. I selected subsection I because it is ethical that the clients’ information should be addressed and discussed in a private setting to protect the client and those involved. Moreover, subsection I fits my values because I extremely value privacy. To me privacy is important because I am very conservative with personal information. Now a days information gets easily hacked because effective secure and private matters are not taken.
Introduction “I would rather have a completely free press with all the dangers involved in the wrong use of that freedom than a suppressed or regulated press.” Trial by Media is a phrase popular in the late 20th century and early 21st century to describe the impact of television and newspaper coverage on a person's reputation by creating a widespread perception of guilt regardless of any verdict in a court of law. India is a democratic state and democratic indicates that everyone has right to speak and express their motion according law. Moreover there has to be active participation of public in all the affairs of governments and state. Media is considered as pillar of democracy. Now a day media playing vital role in changing the opinion of public
In other words, integrity is not situation-defined or situation-specific; therefore, the main character strength that makes success. Beyond doing the right thing, a leader with integrity is also not afraid of telling or speaking the truth in all circumstances. This is known as the reality principle, which is the ability to “see the world as it really is, not as one wish it to be.” Integrity means telling the truth even if the truth is ugly. A person of integrity is always inclined to be honest and never to delude others, because when you delude others, you are probably deluding yourself
Objectivity means that the reporter «keeps all personal feelings and bias out of the report» (Schaffer, 2009). The main rule of the reporter is to tell facts and leave the opinion for the editorial page. Everytime reporters must remember that audience is clever enough to draw their own conclusion and decide which information is more significant. Some media has a prohibition toward using the adjectives and adverbs because besides the describing of the events, some of them imply opinion. All of the words, especially judgments, must be proven by the facts.
Therefore, no one can know precisely how someone will react towards a situation. It is also the same for the auditors. Auditor is often mentioned as a profession with the crown of trust. It means that the auditor work based on the trust of the stakeholder towards them. The stakeholder should be rest assured that auditor will not take any sides when stating their report.