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Dart Center publications and DVDs are available online free of charge and may be reproduced and distributed as needed. To assist us in conserving scarce resources, we recommend that you download .pdf files and view video files directly from our website.

You may request to have a maximum of 5 copies of each print publication and 1 copy of each DVD mailed to you using the form below.

Teachers, journalists, researchers, or other professionals may request a bulk mail order of up to 25 copies of each booklet by emailing kelly.boyce@dartcenter.com with details about how the materials will be used. DVDs are still limited to 1 copy per request.

If possible, we ask that you prepay the cost of shipping and handling.

 

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  • Tragedies & Journalists

    Print Publication

    A 40-page guide to help journalists, photojournalists and editors report on violence while protecting both victims and themselves.

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  • Reporting War

    Print Publication

    Recommendations for meeting the emotional challenges of covering war, from a group of seasoned veterans.

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  • Covering Children & Trauma

    Print Publication

    When children are victims of violence, journalists have a responsibility to report the truth with compassion and sensitivity.

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  • Covering Columbine

    DVD

    This documentary, available online and on DVD, examines the impact of the news coverage of the Columbine High School shootings.

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  • News Media and Trauma

    DVD

    This documentary, available online and on DVD, features a wide range of Australian journalists their recounting experiences covering traumatic stories.

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  • Tragedias & Periodistas

    Print Publication

    The Spanish-language version of the Dart Center's 40-page guide to help journalists, photojournalists and editors report on violence while protecting both victims and themselves.

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  • Child Clinicians & the Media

    Print Publication

    Whether clinicians like it or not, children and families affected by trauma are routinely covered by the media. When that happens, clinicians often face difficult choices.

    Note: Available as PDF download only.

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