Tag Archives: ethics

Did this Fresno State ad go too far? It was taken down.

An advertisement in front of the Fresno State Henry Madden Library drew criticism last week from one professor who said it went too far. The ad was later taken down. It began when Fresno State English professor Randa Jarrar tweeted ...

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What the Trayvon Martin case teaches us

As a society, we like to think we are above stereotypes and discrimination. We like to think we don’t judge a book by its cover. We did, after all, elect Barack Obama to be president, so we’ve grown as a society, right?

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Ethics Center raises awareness on child sex abuse

The Ethics Center’s spring 2012 lecture series began on Thursday, in the Alice Peters Auditorium and focused on the issues of protecting and raising awareness for child sex abuse victims.

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Ethics and the new media

The news of Joe Paterno’s death on Sunday morning shook not only the college football world, but the entire sports landscape as well. However, it was news, or, rather, misinformed news, released hours prior to Sunday’s announcement that reminded student-journalists just how powerful the press can be.

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Ethics lectures begin today

With the start of a new semester comes the start of a new lecture series at Fresno State, put on by members of the philosophy department.

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The ethics of journalism – and engineering

Read this blog’s related story. When you try to compare two dissimilar things, it’s usually referred to as a metaphor.

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