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Muindi, Benjamin – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
This research is based on 28 in-depth interviews with Kenya-based journalists who report terrorism. The objective of the research was to recount their lived experiences. The theme of safety of journalists comprised psychological and physical safety of the newspeople, and there were various ways in which the psychological and individual safety of…
Descriptors: Journalism, Terrorism, Foreign Countries, Risk
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Wake, Alexandra; Smith, Erin; Ricketson, Matthew – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
Australia and New Zealand have reputations as countries prone to catastrophic and frequent natural and man-made disasters. Therefore, it is no surprise that antipodean academics want trauma-informed education for their journalism students. This study presents the Australian-New Zealand results of a 2021 survey exploring educators' attitudes toward…
Descriptors: Natural Disasters, College Faculty, Trauma, Journalism Education
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┼áimunjak, Maja – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
The article outlines an evidence-informed approach for enhancing resilience, one of the key personal resources in labor, and explores the viability of this training for increasing journalists' ability to manage everyday work-related stressors. The suggested pedagogy is in the form of a microintervention, informed by literature on psychological…
Descriptors: Journalism Education, Evidence Based Practice, Resilience (Psychology), Workshops
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Markovikj, Marijana; Serafimovska, Eleonora – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
Reporting on trauma is part of the journalists' job, and it needs to be conducted with care for their mental health of the interviewees and audiences. Data from focus groups and online survey with journalism students in Macedonia identified that: reporting on traumatic events can affect mental health; education can be a factor for coping and…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Resilience (Psychology), Journalism Education, Foreign Countries
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Ogunyemi, Olatunji; Price, Lada Trifonova – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
Literature notes that most journalists will witness trauma and human suffering during the course of their careers, yet journalism education is lagging behind in preparing students to cope with the effects of exposure to traumatic events. This paper examines the attitudes of journalism educators/trainers toward trauma literacy through a…
Descriptors: Journalism Education, Teachers, Trauma Informed Approach, Teacher Attitudes
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Shilpa, K.; Kumari, A.; Das, M. M.; Sharma, Tanushree; Biswal, S. K. – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
The American Psychological Association defines trauma as "an emotional response to a terrible event. . . ." Trauma can be experienced as a response to either physical or emotionally disturbing circumstances. The Journalism and the Pandemic Project from the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and the Tow Center for Digital…
Descriptors: Journalism, Professional Personnel, Foreign Countries, Trauma
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Newman, Elana; Madrigal, Ilissa; Hight, Joe – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
Many journalism students cover stories about tragedy and violence (trauma). Yet few journalism schools offer trauma training despite growing agreement among educators that early journalists need to learn about the impact of reporting trauma on victims, the community, and the journalists' themselves. This contrast is puzzling. This study aimed to…
Descriptors: Journalism Education, Educational Objectives, Trauma Informed Approach, Reliability
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Hill, Desiree – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
Research demonstrates that most professional journalists will experience trauma in their work. Yet almost no research has focused on college students' coverage of a traumatic event. Narrative analysis explores the experiences of 12 university students who reported and produced execution coverage for their college newscast. The data reveal that the…
Descriptors: College Students, Journalism, News Reporting, Scholastic Journalism
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Ivask, Signe; Lon, Angelina – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
Our study describes how hostility reaches journalists and their reactions to the experiences. Semi-structured interviews with 18 Estonian journalists were conducted in 2021 from June to December. We divided journalists' experiences into personal, professional, and organizational domains. One key observation is that journalists cannot avoid…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Journalism, Trauma, Stress Variables
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Arrey, Taylor; Reynolds, Chelsea – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2023
Drawing on interviews with 10 U.S. student journalists, we introduce an ethics-of-care approach for trauma-informed journalism pedagogy. We express grave concern for mental health in journalism programs, offering an empirical snapshot of students' traumas and coping strategies. We confirm that student journalists, like working reporters, are…
Descriptors: Journalism Education, Journalism, College Students, Scholastic Journalism
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Jones, Chelsea Temple; Collins, Kimberlee; Zbitnew, Anne – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2022
The obligation to make broadcast media accessible is often taught as the last step in media production. This article describes a year-long project that paired disabled media-makers with students to create three films and a podcast rooted in critical access theory and disability justice, which necessitated creative, collaborative access planning at…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Active Learning, Mass Media, Students with Disabilities
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Lee, Yen-Mei – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2022
Through a semi-structured survey of mobile journalists (N = 433), the study investigated mobile journalists' learning needs and learner experiences related to their digital skills development with smartphones. Results indicate that not only novice journalism students but also experienced educators, professionals, or mass communication and media…
Descriptors: Journalism, Handheld Devices, Telecommunications, Educational Needs
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Pain, Paromita; Ahmed, Aaliya; Zahra Khalid, Malik – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2022
Our in-depth qualitative interviews with journalism graduate students and professors, from Kashmir, India, show that unlike the rest of India, the region experienced extremely low internet connectivity, and this combined with a lack of access to technology nearly brought classes to a standstill. But students and teachers, used to social…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Foreign Countries, Graduate Students
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Sturgis, Ingrid; Lamb, Yanick Rice – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2022
When the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 hit, historically black colleges and universities were among the thousands of higher education institutions forced to pivot to online teaching. The pandemic has led to profound changes in social interaction and organization in postsecondary education. The pandemic required that institutions respond with…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Distance Education, Electronic Learning, COVID-19
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Miller, Serena – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2022
University reward systems (i.e., tenure and promotion standards) can shape educators' behaviors and dedication to teaching. This study contributes to knowledge by conceptually mapping teaching evaluation standards through a thematic analysis of U.S. tenure and promotion documents from media- and communication-centric departments. The results…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Journalism Education, Tenure, Faculty Promotion
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