Rules aren't neat on Crack Street: Journalists know the rules; they also know that the rules don't always apply when confronted with life-threatening situations.

TitleRules aren't neat on Crack Street: Journalists know the rules; they also know that the rules don't always apply when confronted with life-threatening situations.
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication1990
AuthorsCarvajal, D
PublisherIndiana University School of Journalism
Publication Languageeng
AbstractJournalists routinely court news sources over lunch, dinner or drinks. Is there a difference in giving money to try and earn the confidence of a drug user when you are doing a report on the subject?
NotesFineLine: The Newsletter On Journalism Ethics, vol. 2, no. 5 (August 1990), pp. 2-3.
URLhttp://journalism.indiana.edu/resources/ethics/getting-the-story/rules-arent-neat-on-crack-street/
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