Posts Tagged ‘War Journalism’

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Conference: On the Front Line of Accountability

War Reporting and Related Contemporary Issues in International Humanitarian and Criminal Law
21 January 2011

Venue: T.M.C. Asser Instituut, R.J. Schimmelpennincklaan 20-22, The Hague
Organized by the Inter-Faculty Research Platform on International Criminal and Humanitarian Law
Registration: http://www.eventure-online.com/eventure/welcome.do?type=participant&congress=81_JOE11
Organized as part of the launch activities of [...]

The unarmed battle of peace journalism

The thesis is about the unarmed battle of peace journalism. (’peace journalism’  versus ‘war journalism’) and describes the extent to which criticism on war journalism can be justified. This thesis is in Dutch.

Author: linschakenraad
Posted on: November 14, 2010

Embedded

Katovsky, B. & Carlson, T. (2003). Embedded. Connecticut: The Lyons Press.
The book Embedded is about embedded journalism. From a journalistic, publishers and photojournalistic perspective is journalism  during the war in Iraq being analyzed.  Different people give their opinion about the role of journalism in the Iraqi war.

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 12, 2010

The uncensored war

Hallin, D.C. (1986). The uncensored war. New York: Oxford University Press.
The book The uncensored war describes the Vietnam war and the role that media played during this war. The evolution of the war and how the media report this war, is carefully described. This book is not only important because of the history of the Vietnam war, [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 12, 2010

The media, the war in Vietnam, and political support: a critique of the thesis of an oppositional media

Hallin, D.C. (1984). The media, the war in Vietnam, and political support: a critique of the thesis of an oppositional media. The Journal of Politics.
The article The media, the war in Vietnam, and political support: a critique of the thesis of an oppositional media discusses the mediashift that took place between 1960’s and 1970’s during the Vietnam-war. [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 12, 2010

Reporting war

Allan, S. & Zelizer, B. (2004). Reporting war. Londen en New York: Routledge.
The book Reporting war offers an overview of the role of journalists during a war. A distinction is being made between embedded and unilateral journalists. Besides the different kinds of journalism being discussed, is the rol of media in the war in [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 12, 2010

State of Social Media Summit

On 28-29 October 2010 Digital Pioneers will bring together people all over the world at the State of Social Media Summit in Trouw Amsterdam. State of Social Media will investigate the impact of small-scale internet organizations on society.
The Summit reflects on how this changes the old media landscape of [...]

Author: Arif Kornweitz
Posted on: October 27, 2010

Nacht van de Vrede

De Nacht van de Vrede is een jaarlijkse jongerenpodium voor politiek, kunst en cultuur. Het vindt plaats op maandagavond 20 september 2010 in de Studio/k en het programma bestaat onder andere uit politiek debat, film, muziek en kunst over vrede en veiligheid.
In een netwerkccafé is er de mogelijkheid in gesprek te gaan met oorlogsjournalisten Arnold [...]

Author: Julia Hoffmann
Posted on: September 10, 2010

Covering death in conflicts of the second intifada on Israeli and Palestinian television

Wolfsfeld, G., Frosh, P. & Awabdy, M. T. (2008). Covering death in conflicts of the second intifada on Israeli and Palestinian television. Journal of Peace Research, 45(3), pp. 401-417.
The study of Wolfsfeld, Frosh and Awabdy (2008) gives a good insight on how journalistic mechanisms influence the reporting on television news. They have chosen two events [...]

The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict.

Kalb, M. & Saivetz, C. (2007). The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 12(3), pp. 43-66.
Kalb and Saivetz (2006) did research about the intense covering of what seems a side issue of the Israeli Palestinian conflict; the Israeli-Hezbollah war. It is interesting to [...]

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