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  • With Quote Approval, A Lesson Learned

    Boston Magazine - 08/10/2012

    In the wake of a media scandal, journalism professors in Boston will finally be able to answer the age-old question: “When will we ever use this in real life?”

    As the fall semester looms, journalism faculty are injecting their lesson plans with applicable quandaries, real-life examples, and social media in order to educate students about ethics and the art of reporting.

    “It’s a teaching moment,” says Walter Robinson, a professor of journalism at Northeastern University. “Things like this give us a better sense of what’s not permissible, an example of how you shouldn’t handle sources.”

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