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.