By Shelton A. Gunaratne,Mark Pearson,Sugath Senarath
This publication goals to be the 1st accomplished exposition of "mindful journalism"—drawn from center Buddhist moral principles—as a clean method of journalism ethics. It means that Buddhist mindfulness suggestions should be utilized purposively in journalism so as to add readability, equity and fairness to information decision-making and to provide an ethical compass to newshounds dealing with moral dilemmas of their paintings. It comes at a time while moral values within the information media are in concern from more than a few technological, advertisement and social components, and whilst either Buddhism and mindfulness have won significant popularity in Western societies. extra, it goals to set out foundational rules to aid reporters facing susceptible resources and getting better from annoying assignments.
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