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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Chris Elliott, The Guardian's readers' editor, has waded into the contentious matter of whether it was right to publish pictures - especially on the front page - of Muammar Gaddafi's bloody corpse.
He points out that many readers and some members of the paper's staff objected to their use in print and online.
When I asked my City University students last Monday I was surprised to discover that many of them objected too.
Why was I surprised? Well, I regarded publication as more than justified and expected journalists - including would-be journalists - to feel the same way.
Yet, in company with complainants to The …