Miho Hatanaka and her colleagues shared several English abstracts of their work on the impact of trauma and stress on journalists with Elana Newman and Kelsey Parker, who have provided a brief overview of the research findings.
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In her new book, "Farewell, Fred Voodoo,” Amy Wilentz “wanted to explain the perception that the average Haitian is sitting around, after the earthquake, being once again ‘resilient.’ A conversation hosted by the Dart Center and The Earth Institute.
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.
Today, in many countries across the globe, freedom of the press and freedom of expression are celebrated as fundamental human rights. Following the most deadly year for journalists to date, governments are also being reminded of their responsibility to uphold the civil liberties of those who report the news.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network is now accepting submissions for the 2013 Global Shining Light Award, which honors investigative journalism in a developing or transitioning country, done under threat, duress, or in the direst of conditions. Submission deadline is June 15, 2013.
On April 28, 2012, Mexican journalist Regina Martinez was found beaten and strangled to death in her bathroom in Xalapa, the capital of Veracruz, on the gulf coast of Mexico. A drifter with a drug addiction was convicted of the crime and sentenced to 38 years in prison.
In advance of the Dart Center’s April 22 symposium Sandy Hook and Beyond: Breaking News, Trauma and Aftermath, Dart Center executive director Bruce Shapiro writes in the Nation this week about the new gun legislation in Connecticut.