Parentology Media’s is relentlessly dedicated to empowering parents with the knowledge and resources they need to navigate the challenges of raising children in today’s world.
Our editorial mission is to provide information and support for parents of all backgrounds and parenting styles. We aim to create a safe and diverse community where parents can share their experiences, gain new perspectives, and find practical solutions to common parenting issues. Our editorial team is committed to producing high-quality, accurate, and unbiased content that covers a wide range of topics including child development, education, health and wellness, and family dynamics.
Whether you are a new parent, a seasoned veteran, or somewhere in between, we believe that every parent deserves access to the information and support they need to raise happy, healthy children.
Parentology Media subscribes to the Code of Ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists.
In summary (view the original):
- Seek Truth and Report It
Journalists should be honest, fair and courageous in gathering, reporting and interpreting information.
- Minimize Harm
Ethical journalists treat sources, subjects and colleagues as human beings deserving of respect.
- Act Independently
Journalists should be free of obligation to any interest other than the public’s right to know.
- Be Accountable
Journalists are accountable to their readers, listeners, viewers and each other.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Parentology Media will always strive to publish content reflective of our diverse audiences. Our goal is to provide accurate information that is inclusive of all ages, genders, races, religions, sexual orientations, and political affiliations where applicable.
This website may generate revenue through sponsored editorial content. In the event of a sponsored post, the reader must be clearly made aware of the relationship. In most instances, a tag will be displayed at the top of an article that will clearly inform users of the advertising sponsor. In other cases, such as articles that are legitimate non-sponsored stories but that may contain links to potential revenue-generating affiliate offers, an Editor’s Note in brackets will be placed by the link to inform the reader.
CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS
Parentology Media writers hold the primary responsibility for reporting, writing, and fact-checking their stories. Stories are subject to review by one or more editors.
When a mistake or correction is brought to our editors’ attention, we strive to fix it as quickly as possible. Due to the fast-changing nature of the internet, if a simple mistake, typo, or small clarification is being corrected then we make the change without putting any notes within the story. If a major factual change is made, we will make the change within the copy and call out that change at the bottom of the article, citing what we incorrectly stated and how it was revised.
Many times, often in the case of news stories, the story is developing and being updated regularly. If an article is updated with new facts, we will generally include a subheading marked “UPDATED” — often posted in another color to stand out on the page — and explain what the update is. Normally, this is also reflected in the headline and on social media posts.
When the original reporting is factually correct but the language used wasn’t as clear or detailed as it should have been, we will rewrite the passage. Sometimes, this will simply be done and republished, or rewritten with an editor’s note placed in brackets. A clarification can also include information that was accidentally left out of the original story, or if an interviewee wanted a quote clarified within the text; in this case, an editor’s note in brackets will also be included.
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