Peace journalism principles and practices : responsibly reporting conflicts, reconciliation, and solutions / Steven Youngblood

By: Youngblood, StevenPublisher: New York: Routledge, 2017Description: xvii, 249 pISBN: 9781138124691Subject(s): War | Social conflict | Mass media and peace | Journalism | Journalism | Journalistic ethicsDDC classification: 070.433 3 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The peace journalism approach -- How traditional media inflame and encourage conflict -- Propaganda and the peace journalism approach -- Reporting civic unrest and the need for peace journalism -- Peace journalism: the academic and practical debate -- Measuring peace and peace journalism -- Peace journalism, stereotypes, and racial narratives -- Crime, mass shootings, and the peace journalism approach -- Debunking traditional media narratives about terrorism -- Media narratives of the vulnerable-immigrants, IDP's refugees -- Peace and electoral journalism and media narratives -- Peace journalism as a tool for reconciliation -- Peace journalism as a tool for development -- Peace journalism: obstacles and prospects -- The future of peace journalism.
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The peace journalism approach -- How traditional media inflame and encourage conflict -- Propaganda and the peace journalism approach -- Reporting civic unrest and the need for peace journalism -- Peace journalism: the academic and practical debate -- Measuring peace and peace journalism -- Peace journalism, stereotypes, and racial narratives -- Crime, mass shootings, and the peace journalism approach -- Debunking traditional media narratives about terrorism -- Media narratives of the vulnerable-immigrants, IDP's refugees -- Peace and electoral journalism and media narratives -- Peace journalism as a tool for reconciliation -- Peace journalism as a tool for development -- Peace journalism: obstacles and prospects -- The future of peace journalism.

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