Canadian journalism has become a strange place: sex scandals, secret businesses and Kevin O’Leary becoming the less controversial half of the former show Lang and O’Leary Exchange. After the disturbing allegations against Jian Ghomeshi surfaced late last year, no one expected another journalist to outshine his scandals, and no one has. But some sure are creating scandals of their own. […]
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Ryerson University Prof. Chris MacDonald is one of the world’s leading business ethics bloggers. His site, businessethicsblog.com, features more than 1,100 posts on stories such as the domestic abuse scandal of professional footballer Ray Rice, religion in corporate culture and Facebook’s (ever looming) privacy control controversies. His commentary fuses philosophical and business perspectives when analyzing current events. MacDonald’s writing has […]
In this edition of our arts and life podcast, Jonathan Forani and Lauren Murphy speak with Ryerson Review of Journalism reporter, Rebecca Melnyk, about her piece on the ethics of the journalistic coverage of Lac-Megantic’s train disaster. We break down some of the week’s hottest topics including funeral selfies and the Arcade Fire’s latest album. We dish on the latest […]
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