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Peace journalism, war and conflict resolution

Peace journalism, war and conflict resolution

Zollman, Florian 1976-; Keeble, Richard 1948-; Tulloch, John 1946-2013

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Published New York; Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Richard Lance Keeble, John Tulloch, Florian Zollmann
ISBN: 1433107252, 1433107260, 9781433107252, 9781433107269
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
Note: Pbk.
Physical Description: xi, 373 p. 23cm
Subject: War Press coverage; Peace Press coverage; Social conflict Press coverage; Journalism Political aspects; Mass media and peace; Journalistic ethics

Contents

  1. Introduction: why peace journalism matters / by Richard Keeble, John Tulloch and Florian Zollmann
  2. Peace journalism: New theoretical perspectives. Non-violence in philosophical and media ethics / Clifford Christians
  3. Recovering agency for the propaganda model: the implications for reporting war and peace / Oliver Boyd-Barrett
  4. Peace journalism as political practice: a new, radical look at the theory / Richard Lance Keeble
  5. Propaganda, war, peace and the media / Jake Lynch
  6. Peace (or conflict sensitive) journalism: Theory and practice in an international context
  7. A global standard for reporting conflict and peace / Annabel McGoldrick and Jake Lynch
  8. When peace journalism and feminist theory join forces: A Swedish case study
  9. / Agneta Söderberg Jacobson
  10. Crossing borders: the global influence of indigenous media / Valerie Alia
  11. Iraq and Dahr Jamail: war reporting from a peace perspective / Florian Zollmann
  12. Are you a vulture? reflecting on the ethics and aesthetics of atrocity coverage and its aftermath / Pratap Rughani
  13. Social networks and the reporting of conflict / Donald Matheson and Stuart Allan
  14. Building a peace journalists' network from the ground: the Philippine experience / Jean Lee C. Patindol
  15. Peace journalism in practice, Peace News: for non-violent revolution / Milan Rai
  16. mediating peace? military radio in the Balkans and Afghanistan / Sarah Maltby
  17. Peace journalism's critique: transforming the mainstream. Conflict gives us identity: Media and the "Cyprus problem" / Susan Dente Ross and Sevda Alankus
  18. The Peace Counts project: a promoter of real change or mere idealism? / Marlis Prinzing
  19. Conscience and the press: newspaper treatment of pacifists and conscientious objectors 1939-40 / John Tulloch
  20. War as peace: te Canadian media in Afghanistan / James Winter
  21. Normalising the unthinkable: the media's role in mass killing / David Edwards
  22. US coverage of conflict and the media attention cycle / Stephan Russ-Mohl
  23. Perspectives on conflict resolution and journalistic training / Rukhsana Aslam
  24. Afterword / by Jeffery Klaehn