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The Center for International Media Ethics is inviting applicants for a 2013 media ethics fellowship called the “Fellowship for Ethics Leadership,” according to a posting on DevelopingCareer.com.

The “subject field” of this yearlong research fellowship “could be the impact of modern technology, and internet on journalism ethics, media ethics in times of crises, ethics in business models for the media.”

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Applications are due Oct. 28.

Read more about the fellowship on the center’s website.

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Media Ethics Fellowship: Applications for Center for International Media Ethics’ Research Fellowship Due Oct. 28

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