What are the ethics of journalism when it comes to reporting on the implementation of criminal bylaws in Aceh, Indonesia? The 2012 suicide of a 16-year-old girl triggered a debate among journalists that remains unresolved.
Author Archives: Janet Steele
Janet Steele is professor of journalism at the George Washington University. A frequent visitor to Southeast Asia, she divides her time between Washington DC and Jakarta, where she teaches regular courses on narrative journalism. Her most recent book is “Mediating Islam, Cosmopolitan Journalisms in Muslim Southeast Asia.”