1 - Write a traditional research paper on a media ethics issue of your own choice. This paper must be 7-10 pages, typed, and use footnotes. It needs to have a bibliography that includes a minimum of 10 sources.
2 - Work as a group of no more than three on a media ethics issue of your choice. The research requirement is the same as for the paper: you need to use at least 10 sources. However, you will each write only the part of the research you worked on. This will be submitted along with the group's conclusions (you'll all work on this part) for your grade.
Research topics need to be proposed to me, in writing, by Tuesday's class (March 24).
Individuals and groups will present their papers / projects on the last day of class. Presentations should be no more than 15 minutes long, plus 5 minutes for answering questions.
Also, you'll post your research on the Media Ethics blog.
Questions? Post them as comments here, please.