Mindful Journalism and News Ethics in the Digital Era: A by Shelton A. Gunaratne, Mark Pearson, Sugath Senarath

By Shelton A. Gunaratne, Mark Pearson, Sugath Senarath

This e-book goals to be the 1st entire exposition of "mindful journalism"—drawn from middle Buddhist moral principles—as a clean method of journalism ethics. It means that Buddhist mindfulness options will be utilized purposively in journalism so as to add readability, equity and fairness to information decision-making and to supply an ethical compass to reporters dealing with moral dilemmas of their paintings. It comes at a time whilst moral values within the information media are in quandary from various technological, advertisement and social elements, and while either Buddhism and mindfulness have received huge recognition in Western societies. extra, it goals to set out foundational rules to aid newshounds facing susceptible assets and convalescing from disturbing assignments.

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Mind consciousness can also instruct, without thinking, the other five kinds of consciousness to initiate all kinds of wholesome, unwholesome, or neutral activities to keep the samsara going. Buddha identified these five forces as the dukkha because they engendered desire (tanha) and attachment (upadana). Those who follow the three paths of mental development—right effort, mindfulness, and concentration (see Chapter 9)—get to understand the middle-path truth that there is no unchanging abiding substance, like a self or soul, behind any of the five forces.

It is now becoming increasingly clear that the democracy-watchdog press nexus cannot exist under capitalism, which appears to be in the throes of death. org. org, to its members for republication. All AP members—including essentially all of the nation’s leading newspapers—would receive the material. The axial Buddhist doctrine of paticca samuppada (dependent coarising) can explain the adverse effects of capitalism and the (capitalist) newspaper better than a putative scientific study. Buddhist philosophy 32 Shelton A.

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