alexa PHOTOJOURNALISM: ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS

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PHOTOJOURNALISM: ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS

Photographs of the dead or injured arouse controversy because more often than not, the name of person depicted in the photograph is not given in the caption. The family of the person is often not informed of the photograph until they see it published. The photograph of the street execution of a suspected Viet Cong soldier during the Vietnam War provoked a lot of interest because it captured the exact moment of death. The family of the victim was also not informed that the picture would run publicly.

 
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