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Exploring the Moral Courage of Investigative Journalists with Dr. Anthony Feinstein

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How far are you willing to go for the truth? How much are you ready to risk for justice and freedom of speech? Join us as we traverse the treacherous terrain of investigative journalism with our guest Dr. Anthony Feinstein, author of the book 'Moral Courage 19 Profiles of Investigative Journalists'. Dr. Feinstein takes us through the intricate concept of moral courage, a crucial attribute for journalists navigating danger, standing on principles, and displaying extraordinary endurance.
Imagine getting up every day, knowing your job could be a life and death situation, and still choosing to do it. That's the reality for conflict journalists covering the ongoing strife amd corruption in the world. Our episode takes a detour into the heart of this hazardous world with a researcher and filmmaker, who shares the psychological burden journalists bear.
We pivot towards the significance of journalism in authoritarian regimes. What does it mean to report the truth in perilous environments? How does one navigate the daunting challenges and psychological impacts? Our guest explores these questions and more, unmasking the alarming tactics of authoritarian leaders that suppress the press and can even infiltrate democratic societies. We uncover the dangers of corporate sway on media and the critical need to safeguard a free press. Tune in, as this isn't just about journalists fighting oppressive regimes, but a battle for preserving democracy and freedom of speech. And remember, every word matters.
Full Show Notes
00:40 All About The Moral Courage Research Project
11:49 Importance Of Moral Courage To A Free Press
16:21 Attacks On The Press Are Dangerous To Democracy
30:41 State Of Journalism In The Social Media Era

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Контент предоставлен Douglas Berger. Весь контент подкастов, включая выпуски, графику и описания подкастов, загружается и предоставляется непосредственно Douglas Berger или его партнером по платформе подкастов. Если вы считаете, что кто-то использует вашу работу, защищенную авторским правом, без вашего разрешения, вы можете выполнить процедуру, описанную здесь https://ru.player.fm/legal.

How far are you willing to go for the truth? How much are you ready to risk for justice and freedom of speech? Join us as we traverse the treacherous terrain of investigative journalism with our guest Dr. Anthony Feinstein, author of the book 'Moral Courage 19 Profiles of Investigative Journalists'. Dr. Feinstein takes us through the intricate concept of moral courage, a crucial attribute for journalists navigating danger, standing on principles, and displaying extraordinary endurance.
Imagine getting up every day, knowing your job could be a life and death situation, and still choosing to do it. That's the reality for conflict journalists covering the ongoing strife amd corruption in the world. Our episode takes a detour into the heart of this hazardous world with a researcher and filmmaker, who shares the psychological burden journalists bear.
We pivot towards the significance of journalism in authoritarian regimes. What does it mean to report the truth in perilous environments? How does one navigate the daunting challenges and psychological impacts? Our guest explores these questions and more, unmasking the alarming tactics of authoritarian leaders that suppress the press and can even infiltrate democratic societies. We uncover the dangers of corporate sway on media and the critical need to safeguard a free press. Tune in, as this isn't just about journalists fighting oppressive regimes, but a battle for preserving democracy and freedom of speech. And remember, every word matters.
Full Show Notes
00:40 All About The Moral Courage Research Project
11:49 Importance Of Moral Courage To A Free Press
16:21 Attacks On The Press Are Dangerous To Democracy
30:41 State Of Journalism In The Social Media Era

Support the show

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