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Students discover, through their own experiences while preparing practical work in journalism, some of the ways in which journalists work. They are invited to consider criticisms of Australian journalists including allegations of bias, lack of good taste, trivialisation, sensationalism, invasion of privacy and dishonest methods used to obtain information. Topics include institutionalised ways of dealing with those allegations such as the Australian Press Council and the journalists' code of ethics.
Two practical assignments, 60% and 40%
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