Journalist Killings, Intimidation and Security
First book to situate journalist deaths and dangers in historical and global contexts, especially in respect of the changing forms of societal violence and ‘uncivil’ societies around the world
Addresses journalist insecurity and risks in relation to the changing industry, professional practices and technologies that inform dangerous reporting
Provides first-hand accounts and reflections from the journalists and correspondents reporting from/in the world’s danger zones as well as from those charged with their duty of care
Argues for a deeper historical appreciation of the constitutive nature of journalism reporting in civil societies and the indivisibility of journalism’s ‘responsibility to report’ and our ‘responsibility to protect’ them when discharging their professionally enacted and institutionalized obligation
Written by a specialist team of authors bringing together expert knowledge, applied research skills and academic understanding. This includes in-depth and continuing involvement in the research undertaken
by INSI, senior management experience in the field of journalism protection and safety, and relevant academic expertise in the fields of conflict, global crisis reporting and the changing nature of violence, dangers and risks.
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