Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict Conditions

The aim of the book is ‘to provide both empirical and theoretical input to the discussions of the role of journalism and media in conflict and post-conflict situations and in the often rather muddy waters between them. Together, the contributions to this book from different parts of the world emphasize that discussions about post-conflict situations will gain from including the media. At the same time, the contributions problematize the concept of post-conflict and powerfully illustrate that the phase between war/conflict and peace is neither unidirectional nor linear, as the use of the concept sometimes seems to imply.’ Case studies include Afghanistan, South Sudan, Libya, Burundi, Nepal, Colombia and indigenous communities of Cauca and includes women perspectives .

Year Country Organisation Author Type
2019 Afghanistan, Burundi, Colombia, Libya, Nepal, South Sudan Nordicom Orgeret , K.S. & Tayeebwa, W. (eds.) book
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Intermediate Outcome 2 armed conflict, peace building, post-conflict, psychosocial trauma Download/link