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How do journalists working for state-funded international news organizations legitimize their relationship to the governments which support them?
March 27, 2019
In this chapter, we define humanitarian journalism and give an overview of previous research on this subject.
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I feel like this paper needs to get nailed to vice chancellors' doors, reformation-style. https://twitter.com/newsprof1/status/1387062325941833731
As an academic who is a/disabled b/female c/ a mother of a kid with SN, and d/ the carer for 3 elderly people, I actually punched the air when I read this new article by @sunjooahn @etcripe @foucaultwelles @shannimcg @katypearce @nikkiusher @jvitak https://academic.oup.com/ccc/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/ccc/tcab027/6248200