Watch a news report from a major news network. Then, find another report on the same topic from an online source.
Write a 750- to 1,050-word paper assessing both news stories for their clarity, relevance, depth, breadth, and significance.
Analyze the reports by answering the following questions for each:
Who is the intended audience?
Was the reasoning in the news report solid?
Was the report credible?
Was there any bias in the report?
What, if anything, was presented as fact, that should be presented as debatable?
Were the questions and answers relevant?
Was there any sociocentric thinking in either report?
What were the main differences in the two reports?
What outside pressures could account for the different manner in which the stories were written?
Complete the Ethical Awareness Inventory.
Write a 350- to 700-word analysis of your Ethics Awareness Inventory.
Interpret the results and apply them to your personal and professional development.
Include a statement explaining how your educational experience has affected your ethical thinking. The analysis must address your use of ethics in thinking and decision-making.