Journalists: How closely do you follow codes of ethics while on the job?
As a journalist, would it be breaking a code of ethics to show emotions at a tragic scene or offer service to one in need while you're "on the job"?
Why should emotions be excluded from your work or while you are at work. Depends on what kind of emotions and services you mean as well. Helping someone who is a refugee cross the border on account of emotions clouding you or some event where you are closer to the individual and hence your perspective gets skewed can prove to be improper. However, a journalist is a humane individual like anyone else and is very much entitled to have his own emotions and thoughts about anyone and anything and expressing them is vital to the work and can add to your repute.
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