NNW Part 5: Censorship

It’s National Newspaper Week and the Kentucky Press Association was kind enough to provide us with some educational material. Each day, this week, we will have newspaper activities for you to do with your students. AT ISSUE: NEWSPAPERS                                       CENSORSHIP Newspapers in this nation experience a degree of freedom virtually unequaled in the world. That doesn’t…
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NNW Part 4: Ethics

It’s National Newspaper Week and the Kentucky Press Association was kind enough to provide us with some educational material. Each day, this week, we will have newspaper activities for you to do with your students. AT ISSUE: NEWSPAPER ETHICS Editors and reporters are well aware of the impact of their decisions regarding what stories to…
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NNW Part 3: Privacy

It’s National Newspaper Week and the Kentucky Press Association was kind enough to provide us with some educational material. Each day, this week, we will have newspaper activities for you to do with your students. AT ISSUE: NEWSPAPERS                                                     Privacy There is a delicate balance between the individual’s right to privacy and the public’s right to…
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NNW Part 2: Watchdog For The Public

It’s National Newspaper Week and the Kentucky Press Association was kind enough to provide us with some educational material. Each day, this week, we will have newspaper activities for you to do with your students.  The theme is Press Freedom.    AT ISSUE:  NEWSPAPERS                                                      Watchdog for the public A. Politics and government – The press…
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NNW Part 1: Press Freedom

It’s National Newspaper Week and the Kentucky Press Association was kind enough to provide us with some educational material.  Each day, this week, we will have newspaper activities for you to do with your students.  The theme is Press Freedom. AT ISSUE: NEWSPAPERS                                                                      Press freedom: whose right is it, anyway? The freedom of the press…
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