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Artikel-Nr.:
93057170
Im Sortiment seit:
02.10.2020
Erscheinungsdatum:
28.06.2015
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Redaktion:
Cooper, Glenda
Cottle, Simon
Verlag:
Peter Lang
Peter Lang Publishing Inc.
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Medienwissenschaften
Sonstiges
Seiten:
292
Informationen:
Paperback
Gewicht:
414 gr
Beschreibung
Humanitarianism, Communications and Change is the first book to explore humanitarianism in today's rapidly changing media and communications environment. Based on the latest academic thinking alongside a range of professional, expert and insider views, the book brings together some of the most authoritative voices in the field today. It examines how the fast-changing nature of communications throws up new challenges but also new possibilities for humanitarian relief and intervention. It includes case studies deployed in recent humanitarian crises, and significant new communication developments including social media, crisis mapping, SMS alerts, big data and new hybrid communications. And against the backdrop of an increasingly globalized and threat-filled world, the book explores how media and communications, both old and new, are challenging traditional relations of communication power.
Information zum Autor
Simon Cottle is Professor of Media and Communications, Head of School and Director of the Mediatized Conflict Research Group in the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies at Cardiff University.
Glenda Cooper is a former national newspaper journalist and Lecturer in Journalism at City University London.
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Contents: Simon Cottle/Glenda Cooper: Humanitarianism, Communications, and Change - Simon Cottle: Humanitarianism, Human Insecurity, and Communications: What's Changing in a Globalised World? - Randolph Kent: Media Futures and Humanitarian Perspectives in an Age of Uncertainty and Complexity - Richard Sambrook: From Buerk to Ushahidi: Changes in TV Reporting of Humanitarian Crises - Paul Conneally: Digital Humanitarianism - Cash, Charity, and Communication - Glenda Cooper: «Give us your ****ing money»: A Critical Appraisal of TV and the Cash Nexus - Paddy Coulter/Glenda Cooper: NGOs, Media, and Public Understanding 25 Years On: An Interview with Paddy Coulter, Former Head of Media, Oxfam - Liz Scarff: 3,000 Words that Explain How to Build a Powerful Fanbase, Make Your Message Go Viral, and Raise Millions for Your Cause - Nandita Dogra: International NGOs, Global Poverty, and the Representations of Children - Shani Orgad: Underline, Celebrate, Mitigate, Erase: Humanitarian NGOs' Strategies of Communicating Difference - Lilie Chouliaraki: Solidarity in the Age of Post-humanitarianism - Suzanne Franks: From Pictures to Policy: How Does Humanitarian Reporting Have an Influence? - Irene Bruna Seu: Learning from the Public: UK Audiences' Responses to Humanitarian Communications - Kimberly Abbott: NGO Communications in the New Media Ecology: How NGOs Became the «New(s) Reporters» - Stuart Allan: Visualizing Human Rights: The Video Advocacy of WITNESS - Patrick Meier: Big Data and Humanitarian Response - Alice Klein: «Power in my Pocket»: How Mobile Citizen Reporting Challenges Digital Elitism - Claire Wardle: New Approaches to Aggregation and Verification in Humanitarian Newsgathering and Coverage - Imogen Wall/Kyla Reid: Mobile Emergencies, Mobile Phones: The Hidden Revolution - Glenda Cooper/Simon Cottle: Humanitarianism, Communications, and Change: Final Reflections.
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