Media, both traditional and social (eg. twitter posts, blog posts) can be useful sources of public opinion and ethical case studies.
Here are a few resources to get you started.
Informit's EduTV provides access to selected material from Australian free to air television, including current affairs and documentaries, including Insight, Four Corners, Catalyst and Junior Doctors. Licensing and Resource Information.
The UK's national broadcasting network, analogous to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). This links directly to the religion and ethics component of the BBC website. Use the search box with key words like medical ethics or your specific topic.
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The Bioethics Bulletin highlights news stories with bioethics themes, as well as links to selected research in the scholarly literature. From the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics.
A Nature Top 50 science blog from The American Journal of Bioethics.
From the Penn Center for Bioethics.
Multimedia for ethics.
Latest blog posts from the bioethics.net blog: from the American Journal of Bioethics.
Latest ABC Radio National Health Reports.
Latest blog entries from the Philosopher's Zone.
Click on the web site to see feeds of previous programs.