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War without death: responses to distant suffering.

Petley, J. (2003). War without death: responses to distant suffering. Journal of crime, conflict and the media, 1(1), 72-85.
Petley describes in his article the paradox that excist in the current representation of warfare in the US and British media. Media technology gives us the opportunity to give an explicit view of warfare, while the visual [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: July 7, 2010

Can peace journalism make progress?

Shinar, D. (2009). Can peace journalism make progress? The International Communication Gazette, 71(6), 451-471.
Shinar (2009) also describes how war and peace journalism occur. He uses different categories in which either war journalism or peace journalism can be placed. Shinar assesses Galtung’s four indicators of peace journalism and elaborates them. War journalism is more prominent in [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: July 7, 2010

War or Peace Journalism? Asian Newspaper Coverage of Conflicts

Lee, S.T. and Maslog, C.C. (2005). War or Peace Journalism? Asian Newspaper Coverage of Conflicts. Journal of Communication, 311-329.
This article has been written about peace and war framing in Asian Newspapers. Maslog and Lee describe how journalists consciously choose for and write peace-oriented articles. Unfortunately, most news papers have a dominant war framing news coverage [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: June 22, 2010
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