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Turkey’s media association translated UNESCO’s journalism book to help Turkish journalists practice media ethics, Today’s Zaman reported.

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According to Today’s Zaman, the book, “Professional Journalism and Self-Regulation: New Media, Old Dilemmas in South East Europe and Turkey,” explains the need for improving journalism in the area and how to do so.  See here StinkyJournalism’s previous stories about media ethics in Turkey and the group of Turkish journalists trying to create an ethics news site and ethics code.

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UNESCO Media Guide Translated for Turkish Journalists

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