Posts Tagged: “journalism”

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New Book – India Election 2014: First Reflections

The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community (CSJCC) is pleased to announce the publication of India Election 2014: First Reflections, edited by Einar Thorsen and Chindu Sreedharan… »

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Yomna Kamel: Who’s driving the Arab Spring Coverage?

Researcher: Yomna Kamel Thesis Working title: Who’s driving the Arab Spring Coverage? The Egyptian Case: Examining an Interdependency Relationship between (cyber) political activists and International News Sites: Al-Jazeera, BBC, CNN,… »

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Enhancing emotional literacy in journalism training

Modern journalists often have to report in areas of war and conflict and there is a growing need to support their emotional handling of difficult reporting situations, as well as encouraging greater emotional literacy in the profession.This research was prompted by the growing concern about the mental health of some journalists, especially those involved in conflict reporting. It identifies areas of opportunity for and resistance to the promotion of emotional literacy amongst journalists, which could lead to more effective strategies for training.

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The Engineer, free WebDoc and iPad App released today

The award-winning Guerrilla Pictures, in association with Wikileaks, today announces the release of its WebDoc and iPad App to accompany its feature-length documentary, THE ENGINEER. The documentary takes a disturbing… »

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New Book on Media, Political Participation and Empowerment

Congratulations to Richard Scullion, Roman Gerodimos, Dan Jackson and Darren Lilleker, who have had their edited collection ‘The Media, Political Participation and Empowerment’ published by Routledge. The book came out of… »

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Reporting War: Exploring the Way Forward

The media’s role in conflict situations is the subject of a free research symposium to be hosted by BU’s Centre for Journalism and Communication Research in Bournemouth on Friday, 2… »

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