[FoME] Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict Conditions - Worldwide Perspectives

Christoph Dietz Christoph.Dietz at CAMECO.ORG
Mo Jul 4 14:17:30 CEST 2016

Journalism in conflict and post-conflict conditions - worldwide
Eds. Kristin Skare Orgeret & William Tayeebwa
Göteborg: Nordicom, 2016, 202 p.

Table of Contents:
Kristin Skare Orgeret: Introduction
1. Elisabeth Eide: Afghanistan. Journalism in Pseudo-Post-Conflict,
Conflict and Post-Conflict. A Clash of Definitions?
2. Charlotte Ntulume: Justified Mission? Press Coverage of Uganda’s
Military Intervention in the South Sudan Conflict
3. Rune Ottosen & Sjur Øvrebø: Who’s to Blame for the Chaos in Syria?
The Coverage of Syria in Aftenposten, with the War in Libya as Doxa
4. William Tayeebwa: Framing Peace Building. Discourses of United
Nations Radio in Burundi
5. Kristin Skare Orgeret: Women Making News. Conflict and Post-Conflict
in the Field
6. Samiksha Koirala: Experiences of Female Journalists in Post-Conflict
7. Henry Caballero Fula: Intercultural Indigenous Communication of the
Indigenous Communities of Cauca [Colombia] in the Context of the Armed
8. Roy Krøvel: Global and Local Journalism and the Norwegian Collective
Imagination of “Post-Conflict” Colombia
9. Elsebeth Frey: Improving Post-Conflict Journalism through Three
Dances of Trauma Studies
10. Anne Hege Simonsen: Moving Forward, Holding On. The Role of
Photojournalistic Images in the Aftermath of Crisis
Dr. Christoph Dietz
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