All is not relative: Essential shared values and the press.
Reporters and editors share values. If there were no shared values essential to the practice of journalism, it would be impossible to distinguish a journalist from other mass communicators. The set of journalistic values provides the base for an argument that journalists are pluralists, not relativists.
Elliott, D. (1988). All is not relative: Essential shared values and the press. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 3(1), 28-32.
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