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Blogging Ethics: an oxymoron?

Paul, · Categories: General, Virtual Communities

Martin Kuhn wants your opinions and your help.

I am a doctoral student at the University of North Carolina’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. I have recently started a project that seeks to determine what ethic (if any) is at work in the blogosphere. Also, I am trying to uncover any “duties” bloggers think they may or may not have and to whom.

Please consider visiting and sharing your opinion by commenting on some questions I have posted there.

I will be posting a completed research paper on the site in January for your open comment. I may use quotes from the site in that paper.

Many thanks,

Martin Kuhn
Roy H. Park Fellow, Ph.D. Student
Journalism & Mass Communication
University of North Carolina
384 Carroll Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3365

One Response to “Blogging Ethics: an oxymoron?”

  1. Martin says:

    Professor Jones,

    Thanks so much for posting this.I have received many comments…some publicly as comments on my blog and many others as e-mail. A wide range of values are reflected in the responses. I am now trying to work my way through them and tease out the common threads. The study would not have a chance of bring successful without your willingness to help me get the word out.

    Many Thanks,
    Happy Holidays,

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