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Covering and Explaining Conflict in Civil Society

Nalini Rajan (Editor) Studies in Journalism

This collection of eight essays seeks to address the issues of ethics in journalism of conflict. Taking four case studies of reporting, one each from Libya, Pakistan, Turkey and India, it raises an important question: how far can a reporter prescribe and opine in his/her reportage?

Further taking a critical look at the contemporary media scene in India, it draws attention towards the vibrant civil society that shook the administration when allegation of corruption cropped up. Citing instances of corruption within the media, it delineates the conflict between vested interest and ethics in journalism. Finally, it deals with the social media as a new medium of civil society, playing an active role in the reportage of conflict—through clicks and shares.

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Nalini Rajan

Nalini Rajan is presently Associated Professor at the Asian College of Journalism in Chennai.

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Title Covering and Explaining Conflict in Civil Society
Author Nalini Rajan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 17.05.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788125054849
length 207p., 23cm.