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Thomas Ferenczi

L’éthique des journalistes au xixe siècle

Le Temps des médias n°1, automne 2003, p.190-199.

Objectivity is not a new notion, it has a past. This article shows us how, on the middle of xixth century, a true objectivity’s ethics is elaborated in the journalism world. Fighting against the political and litterary traditions that have considerably marked french journalism, this ethics is based on scientist positivism, on new research technics of the truth and, more important, it finds its origins in the dramatics episodes of the Dreyfus affair. DrapeauFrancais

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