Professional ethics and information law
- Assessment methods
- Learning objectives
- Delivery method
- Teaching methods
The exam consists in a written test, followed by an oral interview aimed at ascertaining the acquisition and correct understanding of the course content. On the contents of each of the main authors scheduled a question will be formulated with respect to which the knowledge of the topic, discussion skills and critical analysis skills. The final mark will take into account the accuracy and quality of responses, as well as the skill of communication and the ability to motivate adequately statements, analysis, and judgments show during the interview.
Acquisition of the main legal and ethical concepts in the field of information.
Ability to discuss a legal case in this matter.
Ability to connect concrete cases to the main examined institutes.
Freedom of information in the Italian Constitution (implicit and explicit limits).
Right to inform, right to be informed.
Right to criticize.
Right of satire.
Right to oblivion.
Right to privacy.
Deontological Charters (Treviso Charter, Perugia, Milan, Sport and Media, etc.).
- T.U. of 2016.
Order of journalists.
Information and web law.
Defamation and defamation profiles by means of printing.
Social networking, blogging, e-mail issues.
R. Razzante, Informazione: istruzioni per l'uso, CEDAM
Emma Pietrafesa, Bussola digitale per naviganti consapevoli, EPC.
Course activities are based on frontal lectures, in which the teacher will explain the content of the course and require the involvement of students through exercises, reading, hearing and reviewing copyright texts; dialogue and discussion with the class through the analysis and criticism of the proposed topics.
Multimedia tools will be used in class.