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I have a question based on a synthesis question: Editors and journalists are also grappling with when or whether to publish disturbing or violent...
I have a question based on a synthesis question: Editors and journalists are also grappling with when or whether to publish disturbing or violent images, particularly those involving victims. What kinds of ethical considerations should influence decisions about publishing these kind of images? Are those considerations currently in effect (meaning, are they currently followed by journalists and editors)? Are the decisions influenced by the victim's socioeconomic status/class, race, gender, sex, sexuality, religion or other social factors? What does the public have a right to see and what do the media have a right and/or obligation to publish or suppress? After reading these articles which is position is stronger, I find difficulty selecting a position based on two perspectives of these articles for reference and then explanations for the questions above with supporting reasons.
• "The Boston Photographs" - Nora Ephron - Nov. 1975 - from, The Writer's Presence: A Pool of Readings, Seventh Edition, Eds. Donald McQuade and Robert Atwan
• "There's a double standard for showing white and non-white corpses in the media" -- Natasha Lennard - Sept. 3, 2015 https://splinternews.com/theres-a-double-standard-forshowing-white-and-non-whit-1793850515