Journal of Media Ethics

(The median citation count of Journal of Media Ethics is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Ethics of Authenticity: Social Media Influencers and the Production of Sponsored Content69
The Ethics of the Digital Commons10
Boundaries of Hate: Ethical Implications of the Discursive Construction of Hate Speech in U.S. Opinion Journalism8
“People are More than Just a Statistic”: Ethical, Care-based Engagement of Marginalized Publics on Social Media8
Public Relations Professionals Identify Ethical Issues, Essential Competencies and Deficiencies7
Sponsorship Disclosures in Online Sponsored Content: Practitioners’ Considerations6
Caring with the Public: An Integration of Feminist Moral, Environmental, and Political Philosophy in Journalism Ethics6
Foundations of Communication/Media/Digital (In)justice4
From “Communicating” to “Engagement”: Afro-Relationality as a Conceptual Framework for Climate Change Communication in Africa4
Ethics and Journalism in Central Asia: A Comparative Study of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan4
Are You Sure You Want to View This Community? Exploring the Ethics of Reddit’s Quarantine Practice4
Senses of Truth and Journalism’s Epistemic Crisis4
Pragmatist Media Ethics and the Challenges of Fake News4
Partisan News, the Myth of Objectivity, and the Standards of Responsible Journalism4
An Ethic of Advocacy: Metajournalistic Discourse on the Practice of Leaks and Whistleblowing from Valerie Plame to the Trump Administration4
Starbucks’ Racial-Bias Crisis: Toward a Rhetoric of Renewal4
“This is Still their Lives”: Photojournalists’ Ethical Approach to Capturing and Publishing Graphic or Shocking Images4
Audience Comments and the Civic Space that Rarely Was3
Charity Fundraising and the Ethics of Voice: Cancer Survivors’ Perspectives on Macmillan Cancer Support’s “Brave the Shave” Campaign2
Journalistic Self-Regulation for Equality: The Role of Gender Editing in Spain2
A Global Perspective on Ethics: New Resources for Teaching and Discussing Media Ethics and Journalism Ethics2
Video Game Journalism and the Ideology of Anxiety: Implications for Effective Reporting in Niche Industries and Oligopolies2
When Public and Business Interests Collide: An Integrated Approach to the Altruism-Instrumentalism Tension and Corporate Social Responsibility Theory2
Electoral Reckonings: Press Criticism of Presidential Campaign Coverage, 2000-20162
The Situationist Critique of Virtue Ethics and Its Implications for the Media Ethics Classroom2
Public Relations Primed: An Update on Practitioners’ Moral Reasoning, from Moral Development to Moral Maintenance2
The Ethics of Transparency: A Review of Corrections Language in International Journalistic Codes of Ethics2
The Impact of Crucibles in Developing Public Relations’ Character and Competencies as Servant Leaders1
Brand Integration, Disclosure, and Ethics in Child-Targeted YouTube Videos: A Content Analysis1
All News is “Glocal?” Considerations of Community and Personal Privacy with Global Publication of Local News1
Reasons to Be Cheerful? The Short Supply of Optimism in Journalism Education1
Online Comment Sections: Does Taking Them Down Enhance or Hurt Dialogue in a Democracy?1
Holistic Dialogical Corporate Communications in the Food Retailing Industry: The Importance of Conscious Communication in Social Networks1
‘Spotlight’: Virtuous Journalism in Practice1
Familial Experiences of Exemplars in Marketing Communication1
Nudging Children and Adolescents toward Online Privacy: An Ethical Perspective1
Social Responsibility Theory of the Press and Its Effect on Framing TV News about Children1
Objectivity and Moral Judgment in U.S. News Narratives: A Natural Language Processing Analysis of ‘Culture War’ Coverage1
Obituaries and the Good Life0
Calling Both Fyre Documentaries Unethical Misses the Point0
When AI Breaks Audience Trust - Neville’s “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain”0
Deepfakes, Documentary and the Dead: “I Wasn’t Putting Words into His Mouth. I Was Just Trying to Make Them Come Alive.”0
The Ethics of Whistleblowing0
Creation of a Code of Ethics for Influencer Marketing: The Case of the Czech Republic0
Conflict of Interest in the Fyre Festival Documentaries0
Finding Better Ways for Newsrooms to Counter COVID Misinformation in the United States0
Constructive Journalism: Techniques for Improving the Practice of Objectivity0
Ethics, Crisis Communication, and Gucci’s Blackface Sweater0
Managing Sponsored Content in Hybrid Media Systems: A Proposed Alternative Journalistic Practice0
Recommendations for a Healthy Digital Public Sphere0
Determinants of Attitudes toward Ethical Dilemmas in News: A Survey of Student Journalists0
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Erasing the Past: Untangling the Conflicting Journalistic Loyalties and Paradigmatic Pressures of Unpublishing0
Refocusing Statutory Underpinning: Media Regulation and Accountability post-Leveson0
Enhanced Realism or A.I.-Generated Illusion? Synthetic Voice in the Documentary Film Roadrunner0
Design Factors of Ethics and Responsibility in Social Media: A Systematic Review of Literature and Expert Review of Guiding Principles0
India’s Floating Disinformation during the COVID-19 Pandemic0
Skewed News: A Macro-Analysis of Gypsy, Roma and Traveler Coverage in the UK Press0
Enhanced Realism or A.I.-Generated Illusion? Synthetic Voice in the Documentary Film Roadrunner0
Media Ethics in the Digital World: Emerging Technology Concerns and Covid-19 Lessons0
What Happens When We Smooth Out the Rough Edges of the Past?0
The Story of Corporate Social Responsibility: An Attribution Analysis of the Coverage of U.S. Corporate Responsibility Cases0
“We All Know It’s Wrong, But…”: Moral Judgment of Cyberbullying in U.S. Newspaper Opinion Pieces0
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The Gucci “Wool Balaclava Jumper” Case is a Listening Failure; It Will Happen Again0
Building Trust and Accountability: What Journalists Can Learn from Critics and Engagement with the Public0
Robust Comment Sections Need Robust Resources0
Ethical Guidelines and Practices for Pakistani Television Journalists Reporting on Domestic Violence0
On Ethically Informing Citizens About Political Conspiracies0
To Show or Not to Show? The Depiction of Terror and Death in Nairobi0
Depiction of Sexual Violence in Indian Films: Viewing from and in a Man/patriarch’s World0
Considering the Ethics of Political Communication and Doing the Right Thing0
If It Feeds, It Leads: Food Journalism, Care Ethics, and Nourishing Democracy0
Moral Transgressors vs. Moral Entrepreneurs: The Curious Case of Comedy Accountability in an Era of Social Platform Dependence0
Digital Promotion of Suicide: A Platform-Level Ethical Analysis0
The Impact of Brazenly Glorifying Sexual Abuse in Indian Film0
Avoid Offensive Acts by Respecting Human Dignity and Growing Cultural Knowledge0
The State of Ethics Competencies, Training and Moral Efficacy in Public Relations0
The Politics of Communicating COVID in the United Kingdom0
Comment Sections and the Ethical Demands of Democracy0
Violated or Comforted - and Then Abandoned: Ethical Dimensions of Relationships Between Journalists and Vulnerable News Sources0
On Moderate and Radical Government Whistleblowing: Edward Snowden and Julian Assange as Theorists of Whistleblowing Ethics0
Consumer Perceptions of Ad Ethicality in Loot Box Promotions0
Covering Pete Davidson: Gossip Headlines and Their Danger to Mental Health0
The Boston Marathon Bombings: A Case Study in Visual Framing Ethics0
An Examination of the Use of Fake Names Among Central Asian Journalists0
The Healing Power of Caring, Ethical Journalism0
Media Representations and the Politics of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bulgaria0
Special call from the Journal of Media Ethics: Media Ethics and Impermanence/Permanence0
‘We are Sorry This Video Is Not Available in Your Country’: An Ethical Analysis of Geo-blocking Audio-Visual Online Content0
Enabling and Empowering Lens-based Workers: An Analysis of the Photo Bill of Rights0
A Test of Free Speech: Applying the Ethics of Care to Coverage of Snyder V. Phelps0
Age Differences in Moral Reasoning: An Investigation of Sponsored YouTube Videos0
Caring Leadership: The Alignment of Organizational Values and Social Media Messaging0
Lessons in Media Ethics: Popular Culture, Religion and Digital Media0
Ethics in Fashion and Gucci’s Blackface Sweater; Will the Fashion Industry Finally Learn from Its Mistakes?0