What is humanitarian journalism? (Book chapter)

Mel Bunce

August 15, 2017

Publication

By Mel Bunce (@meljbunce)

The chapter, ‘‘What is Humanitarian Journalism?’ (Bunce, Wright and Scott) is forthcoming (2018) in The Oxford University Press Handbook of Journalism (Ornebring, H. (ed.)).

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