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Journalistic Ethics & Standards
« on: April 18, 2024, 04:26:19 am »
There are many examples on NAFPS of articles that contain interviews with individuals falsely representing themselves as belonging to a tribal nation. Those articles end up helping a pretendian further perpetrate their fraud by providing a degree of credibility. Does anyone know whether there are specific journalistic standards or best practices (United States or Canada) that address this issue? I thought a professional society in Canada released something on the harm of ethnic fraud and related reporting standards but I haven't been able to locate it again. I may be misremembering though.