Constructive Information Practices after Training: feasibility, aspects, and effects in Peace Journalism media production
This chapter examines the extent to which Peace Journalism training can have an impact on the adoption of alternative practices of information production in a professional context. The results show that journalists and communication practitioners who receive training can apply Peace Journalism in a variety of ways. In turn, these Peace Journalism applications can have various impacts on professional contexts and communities, in addition to stimulating post-publication media effects. The chapter thus shifts the focus from the effects of information circulation to media effects produced prior to publication, and it reveals the variety of impacts of constructive media practices. In this way, the chapter enriches multilevel media evaluation tools developed in research about communication for development and social change.
Citation : Tiripelli, G. and Lynch, J. (2022) Constructive Information Practices after Training: feasibility, aspects, and effects in Peace Journalism media production. In: Lynch J. (Ed.) Responsible Journalism in Conflicted Societies, Abingdon: Routledge.
Research Institute : Media Discourse Centre (MDC)
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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