Reporting dangerously: journalist killings, intimidation and security
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Cardiff University / Prifysgol Caerdydd
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- 34 - Communication, Cultural and Media Studies, Library and Information Management
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- A - Authored book
- Palgrave Macmillan
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- Forensic science
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- Nine pages overlap with REF2014 submission:
pp 75-82 touches on themes of changing contemporary warfare and summarily makes reference to this literature, discussed earlier in his Global Crisis Reporting (2009) book.
pp 95-96 draws on ideas of bearing witness (pp.95-96) previously referenced in his article 'Journalists Witnessing Disaster' (2013). Professor Simon Cottle was the principal architect, author and coordinator of Reporting Dangerously: Journalist Killings, Intimidation and Security.
He co-authored chapters: Chapter 1, Introduction (pp.1-16) and Chapter 10, Conclusion (pp. 200-205).
He sole authored: Chapter 4, ‘On the Violent History of the Globalized Present’ (pp. 61-87), Chapter 5, ‘Journalism and the Civil Sphere’ (pp. 88-107), Chapter 6, ‘Reporting from Unruly, Uncivil Places” Journalist Voices from the Frontline’ (pp. 111-144) and Chapter 7, ‘Keeping Safe(r) in Unruly, Uncivil Places: Journalist Voices in a Changing Communications Environment’ (pp. 145-170).
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