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Fri Mar 21 17:04:48 2014 UTClccn-n830733580.27Criminal justice and a defendant's right to a fair trial0.361.00Fred Friendly papers,125526046n 83073358955135Columbia University. Graduate School of Journalism. Media and Society SeminarsColumbia University Seminars on Media and SocietySeminars on Media and Societylccn-n80014556WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)lccn-n50024100Friendly, Fred W.prohstnrtlccn-n50045421WTTW (Television station : Chicago, Ill.)lccn-no94015663Annenberg/CPB Projectlccn-n79129260Films Incorporatedlccn-n81047050Columbia UniversityGraduate School of Journalismlccn-n88222042Intellimation, Inclccn-n97016768Deutsch, Daviddrtlccn-n81062763PBS Videolccn-n80040351Miller, Arthur R.(Arthur Raphael)1934-Media and Society SeminarsConstitutionHistoryUnited StatesEthicsSocial ethicsPolitical ethicsLegal ethicsConstitutional lawProfessional ethicsConstitution (United States)Political scienceScience--Moral and ethical aspectsTrialsCriminal justice, Administration ofMedical ethicsMilitary ethicsAffirmative action programs--Law and legislationFreedom of the pressConsolidation and merger of corporations--Moral and ethical aspectsInsanity (Law)Physician and patientPrivacy, Right ofConglomerate corporations--Moral and ethical aspectsEmigration and immigration lawDefense (Criminal procedure)Trial practiceJournalistic ethicsMedicine--Research--Moral and ethical aspectsCorrectionsHuman experimentation in medicine--Moral and ethical aspectsCriminal procedureDesertion, MilitaryMilitary disciplineObedienceEmigration and immigrationNational securityInterpersonal relationsBusiness ethicsCrimeUnited States.--Supreme CourtCriminal justice, Administration of--Moral and ethical aspectsReverse discrimination--Law and legislationHuman experimentation in medicineCriminalsCivil rights--Interpretation and constructionConstitutional historyPress and politicsCapital punishmentPhysicians--Professional ethicsCombat--Moral and ethical aspectsNational security--Law and legislationForensic psychiatry198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319962000200220042005200620072008200920108905265605174KF455059714ocn019109083visu19880.39Ethics in AmericaThe 10 one-hour programs invite the viewer to struggle with real ethical dilemmas and to understand the process for the ethical decision-making42515ocn038838108visu19830.28The Constitution, that delicate balanceRepresentatives of law, government, journalism, academia and other professions grapple with the tough choices required to put the Constitution into practice, and the difficulty of balancing the conflicting demands the Constitution honors. Each program starts with a hypothetical case, presented by the moderator, in which rights clash with responsibilities and the needs of the individual clash with those of society3421ocn018413049book19890.47Ethics in America : source readerThis provocative new series features nearly 100 well-known panelists who tackle highly-charged ethical issues involving loyalty, confidentiality, privacy, truthfulness, and personal ethics. In this series are headline cases from business, government, law, journalism, the military, or medicine that spotlight the moral dilemmas seen every day in the U.S.A+-+85365478652993ocn019050442book19890.39Newton, Lisa HEthics in America study guide+-+515754786526012ocn019227133visu19880.39Anatomy of a hostile takeoverChief executives, attorneys, and journalists discuss the ethical problems of corporate mergers25610ocn019154318visu19880.39To defend a killerA panel of American jurists and a philosopher discuss the ethics of criminal justice. The panelists discuss whether lawyers should defend people whom they they know to be guilty and how aggressive should the defense be. They also discuss where to draw the line when it comes to citizens taking matters into their own hands, deterrence versus rehabilitation, and society's right to retribution. Includes commentary by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, defense attorney Jack Litman, and philosopher John Smith of Yale2549ocn019252860visu19880.37Truth on trialA panel of American jurists, a philosopher, and a newspaper editor discuss whether the purpose of a trial is to discover the truth, to achieve justice, or a means of carrying on a private dispute. They also consider whether the trial lawyer is responsible only to his client, or if he has a duty to the court, to the opposition, and to the public. Finally, they discuss what is owed to the public that is affected by the trial, but is not part of it. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Judge Robert Merhige, attorneys Floyd Abrams and Stanley Chesley, philosopher John Smith, and others debate civil litigation's ethical dilemmas25110ocn019157742visu19880.33Do unto othersA panel of scholars, journalists, and leaders in government and public service discuss the ethical dimensions of personal relationships in our society2427ocn019252617visu19880.35Does doctor know bestA panel of medical experts discuss the ethics of doctor-patient relationships. Using the case of a young woman diagnosed as having cancer who subsequently becomes pregnant, the panelists discuss how much the patient should be told, who is in charge of selecting medical treatment, and whether doctors should allow their patients to commit suicide. Doctors from the National Cancer Institute and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center discuss controversies created by modern medicine with C. Everett Koop, journalist Ellen Goodman, and others2277ocn019252913visu19880.35The Human experimentA panel of medical experts and a U.S. Supreme Court justice discuss the ethics of medical research. The panelists consider how competition for prizes and profits may lead to secrecy and lack of cooperation, the possibility that some tests may harm volunteers, and the need to test new drugs balanced against the needs of people desperate for treatment21510ocn020362369visu19830.27Criminal justice and a defendant's right to a fair trialHistoryConstitutionFocuses on legal ethics and the Exclusionary Rule. A panel of prosecutors, law enforcement officials, mayors and journalists weigh the right of the accused to a fair trial against a society trying to control crime yet preserve individual freedoms. Includes commentary by Bronx district attorney Mario Merola, New York mayor Edward Koch, CBS News anchor Dan Rather and others20910ocn019135314visu19880.37Public trust, private interestA panel of prominent Americans explore the concept of accountability and trust within government, between one official and another, and between government and the citizens it serves. The panelists are asked to consider the hypothetical case of a man whose career starts in the administrative branch and moves on to a position as a senator. When he has troubles early in his career who stands by him and what does he owe his superiors? When he casts votes in congress, is he the servant of the people or of his conscience?2024ocn025515972visu19920.53That delicate balance II our Bill of RightsFred Friendly hosts 5 programs on the Bill of Rights and its effect on the United States20212ocn019252810visu19880.33Under orders, under fireA panel of prominent Americans consider what course of action is demanded by loyalty to one's country. Each panelist is asked to respond to the following situation: You are the commander of a platoon under enemy fire and a soldier is trying to desert. What should you do? The panelists are also asked to discuss whether a soldier has the duty to follow orders no matter what1879ocn020367265visu19840.33Immigration reformHistoryConstitutionDiscussion of the large number of immigrants coming into the United States each year and the impact they are having in all sections of society. Discusses criteria for admitting foreigners into the United States, legal aliens' rights to Social Services, employer's responsibilities in hiring undocumented persons, and the rights of illegal aliens1689ocn015339727visu19830.33National security and freedom of the pressHistoryAs part of a telecourse on constitutional rights and public policy, explores the federal government's ability to conduct what it considers an effective foreign policy within a constitutional framework that demands a free, unfettered press1619ocn020362562visu19840.32Crime and insanityHistoryConstitutionIs psychiatry precise enough to be allowed as testimony in a court of law? U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Irving Kaufman, Hastings Center President Willard Gaylin, and others discuss the use of psychiatry in law1585ocn020367769visu19840.31Affirmative action versus reverse discriminationHistoryConstitutionThis discussion deals with the issue of affirmative action and the contention that it fosters reverse discrimination in spite of the constitutional principle of equal protection under the law1576ocn020362771visu19840.33Crime and punishmentsHistoryCruel and unusual punishment from overcrowding in prisons to the death penalty is debated1506ocn019252951visu19880.35Politics, privacy, and the pressA panel of prominent American journalists and politicians consider the ethics of privacy as it relates to public figures and the news media. The panelists are asked to consider the hypothetical case of a senator preparing to run for the presidency. What facts about the senator's private life will rule out his candidacy? How aggressively should the media look for past secrets? How close should the senator get to the media elite, and vice versa? Does political reporting, particularly when it focuses on private lives, do a service to the political process?11ocn299029819mix1.00Friendly, Fred WFred Friendly papersHistoryPhotographsInterviewsThis collection encompasses the life and career of Fred Friendly as an author, educator, and television news producer. The collection is comprised of correspondence, printed materials, invitations to events, awards, photographs and audio-visual materials of news programs. Also represented are administrative files and memos from his work at CBS, the Ford Foundation, and Columbia University+-+8536547865+-+8536547865Fri Mar 21 15:12:31 EDT 2014batch23924