Monday, October 17, 2016

Thousands throng to newsstands so they can be the first to purchase:
Peace Journalism Principles and Practice
After a few delays, the first U.S. peace journalism textbook, Peace Journalism Principles and Practice: Responsibly Reporting Conflicts, Reconciliation, and Solutions, has been published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis Books. It is available through the publisher, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.

The book's chapters are noted below. Happy reading!

Chapter 1—The Peace Journalism approach
Chapter 2—How traditional media inflame and encourage conflict
Chapter 3—Propaganda and the peace journalism approach
Chapter 4--Reporting civic unrest and the need for peace journalism
Chapter 5—Peace journalism: The academic and practical debate
Chapter 6—Measuring peace and peace journalism
Chapter 7-Peace journalism, stereotypes, and racial narratives
Chapter 8-Crime, mass shootings, and the peace journalism approach
Chapter 9-PJ: Debunking traditional media narratives about terrorism
Chapter 10—Media narratives of the vulnerable-Immigrants, IDP’s, and refugees
Chapter 11-Peace and Electoral Journalism and media narratives
Chapter 12—Peace journalism as a tool for reconciliation
Chapter 13-PJ as development tool
Chapter 14-Peace Journalism: Obstacles and Prospects.

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