Resources for How Trauma Affects Photographers
Full video "How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across the Life Course – And What We Can Do About It"; June 28, 2018.
An informal breakfast gathering during the 2012 Dart Academic Fellowship last June resulted in a special focus on the Utoya massacre in this month's Journal of Media Ethics.
How Technology Affects Young Children: What We Know about Media's Impact on Cognitive Development and Behavior
Full video; "How Technology Affects Young Children: What We Know about Media's Impact on Cognitive Development and Behavior"; March 11, 2017.
Nepali journalist Arun Karki shares techniques for building resiliency and reporting sensibly on trauma-related issues.
A survey of photojournalists showed that the vast majority have been exposed to traumatic events, and that about six percent report symptoms consistent with post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a recently published study by Dart Center researchers.
In a case being closely watched by the Australian media, an award-winning photojournalist is suing The Age newspaper in Melbourne, claiming the paper failed to provide a safe workplace and breaching its responsibility to care for her mental health.
How Can Indigenous Reporters Care for Themselves While Covering Trauma — and How Can Their Newsrooms Help?
In the last months, the remains of over a thousand people, including at least hundreds of Indigenous children, have been discovered on the properties of former residential schools in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. These discoveries have brought to the fore — for now — a subject that has long remained at the margins of mainstream media coverage in the United States: the genocide of millions of Indigenous people by colonizers.