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The BDR mutiny in Bangladeshi media : from a "proletarian revolution" to a "brutal massacre"
(Berlin Regener Publishing House, 2012)
The article analyses the media coverage of the BDR mutiny in Bangladesh, February 2009. In examining journalistic processes and how the Bangladeshi media reported the violent conflict, the article looks at how the approaches ...
Dialogues and Difficulties. Transnational Cooperation in Journalism Education.
The profession and pedagogy of journalism are both at a crossroads, and questions linked to how journalism education can best provide skills, knowledge and experiences that enable students to contribute positively to ...
Women in War. Challenges and Possibilities for female journalists covering wars and conflicts.
The chapter takes as its starting point the notion that journalists’ safety is a precondition for free expression and free media. Based on interviews and discussions with experienced female war and confl ict journalists ...
Is Peace a Smiling Woman? Femininities and Masculinities in Conflict and Peace Coverage
The chapter studies how concepts of gender, w ar and peace are understood and applied in the coverage of international strategies for c onflict and peace in examples from Norwegian newspapers. The theoretical backdrop ...
Conflict and Post-Conflict Journalism. Worldwide Perspectives
Women making News. Conflict and Post-Conflict in the Field.
Intercultural Educational Practices: Opening Paths for Dialogue
(Institute for Intercultural Communication, 2012)
The present article offers an overview of the concept of ‘othering’ from the field of intercultural and postcolonial theories, and discusses empirical processes of ‘othering’ through a small ‘experiment’ with Master ...