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December 10, 2018

Articles by ELWS faculty members David Beard and Elizabethada Wright are published in Media Ethics magazine.

The latest Issue of Media Ethics has been released and is available at

It contains a special forum on #MeToo and media ethics edited by David Beard, Gina Chen, Trish Roberts Miller, Elizabethada Wright, and Scott R. Stroud, as well as articles, book reviews, and case studies for use in a range of communication and media courses. 

Articles by English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies (ELWS) faculty:

The #MeToo Moment: Social Movement and Challenge for Media Ethics by David Beard 

Afterword: Some Thoughts after Reading this Collection co-authored by Liz Wright 

Media Ethics is a scholarly publication that was established in 1987 by Cliff Christians, Tom Cooper, Manny Paraschos, and Mike Kittross. It probes ethical issues in media, journalism, and communication ethics. It features innovative pieces that showcase current scholarship or that analyze recent events, or shorter pieces that allow scholars to promptly voice their opinions on important topics in the current media environment. 

Media Ethics welcomes the submission of long or concise articles, book reviews, teaching commentaries, and case studies for possible publication. Media Ethics is published by the Moody College of Communication and the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin under the editorship of Dr. Scott R. Stroud.

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