At a lecture on ethics on July 12, high school journalism students listened to Kathleen Johnston, founding director of the Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism, share her advice on reporting ethically.
“My first approach is [asking myself], ‘How would I like to be treated if I was in that position?’” Johnston said.
She talked about her experience with investigative journalism and ethics. She primarily detailed the experience she had working with Drew Griffin of CNN on a story about the lack of United States air marshals after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
“It was interesting to hear someone else’s opinion on this and experiences of when there was an ethical dilemma,” Carmel High School sophomore Viyang Hao said.
Hao later explained that she enjoyed Johnston’s story and found it informative. Johnston explained how they kept the anonymity of air marshals willing to speak …
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