Doctors, lawyers, financial advisers — vastly different professions, but they all follow a code of ethics specific to their profession. Same goes for journalists. But what exactly is their code and how does it impact the work they do?

In this edition of Media 101, a Mindful Observer series that aims to put the power in your hands by sharing media literacy tools and resources, we’ll take a quick dive into media ethics.

Media 101

In 1998, Stephen Glass was an associate editor at The New Republic and was already dubbed an up-and-coming . . .

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