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Englund, Liselotte: Katastrofens öga

The eye of the disaster : journalists' work and media coverage at traumatic events / Liselotte Englund ; translation: Elisabeth Wennö.

Englund, Liselotte, 1964- (författare)
ISBN 9789197702157
Publicerad: By kyrkby : Englunds Förlag, 2019
Tillverkad: Avesta Sweden : Studioart Print Dalarna AB
Engelska 322 sidor
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  • CONTENTS AUTHORS PREFACE 13 1. INTRODUCTION 17 PROFESSIONAL EYEWITNESSES 20 Frontline witnesses 22 Accident reporting as a journalistic genre 24 THESIS AIM AND RESEARCH ISSUES 25 Why journalists at an accident site? 26 Person, profession and situation 28 Analysis model 30 Thesis issues 32 Reporters and editors 34 This study in relation to previous research 35 THE CONTENT OF THE BOOK 36 THE SITUATION 39 THE NATURE OF THE EVENT 39 Classification of accidents and disasters 40 The place of the event 42 CONTROLLABILITY 43 STRESSORS 45 ACTORS AND VICTIMS 46 Contact areas and confrontations at the accident site 47 Directly affected 49 Family and close friends 50 Eyewitnesses 51 Responders – helpers 51 Journalists 53 Meeting and portraying survivors 53 When the directly affected are children and young adults 54 ACCIDENT SITE AS WORKPLACE 55 International studies of disaster journalism 56 Scandinavian research on disaster journalism 57 Swedish studies 58 Studies of the fire disaster 59 Learn from history 62 CONCLUDING REMARKS 63 THE PROFESSION 69 JOURNALISTIC MANDATE 69 Media and journalist functions in accident reporting 71 Organising work 74 Management and co‐worker role 75 PROFESSIONAL CODES AND ETHICS 77 Approved and questioned media ethics 80 Rules of consideration and conduct 81 Rules of integrity 83 Journalists' moral compass 84 CONCLUDING REMARKS 85 THE PRIVATE PERSON 89 STRESS SUSCEPTIBILITY AND VULNERABILITY 90 Risk factors 91 Resilience 92 Personality traits 93 Emotional intelligence and empathetic aptitude 94 CONCLUDING REMARKS 95 THE REACTION 99 STRESS REACTIONS 100 Acute stress: a normal reaction to an abnormal situation 104 Survivor experience of stress and crisis reactions 105 Previous studies of journalist' stress reactions 107 Interacting with stressed leaders 109 COPING STRATEGIES 111 PERFORMANCE – ACTION ON SITE 114 CONCLUDING REMARKS 117 THE EMPIRICAL STUDY . 121 INVESTIGATION METHOD 121 SELECTING RESPONDENTS FROM THE CONTENT ANALYSIS 121 Delimitation 122 Interview as a method 125 A psychological perspective 127 Reconstructed experiences? 128 Meeting on the phone: advantages and disadvantages 128 The case study as method 130 Questions and interview guides 132 Studying an occupation 133 From interview to text 134 Knowledge generated by the choice of method 135 Research ethical guidelines 136 Closeness and distance 137 THE CASE OF THE GOTHENBURG FIRE: A BACKGROUND 138 Media coverage: course of events 139 MEDIA COVERAGE IN THE PRESS, RADIO AND TV 142 The fire portrayed in the press 143 The fire on the radio 146 The fire on TV 147 Confrontations on the site 150 THE SITUATION: WITNESSING HORROR 157 THE EVENT 157 AN UNCONTROLLABLE SITUATION 159 Ambiguous uncertainty 159 UNPREPAREDNESS AND OTHER STRESSORS ON THE JOB 161 THE AFFECTED 162 ACCIDENT SITE AS A WORKPLACE 164 Journalists and responders 164 Collegial interaction 167 Journalists on site when the fire was out 168 THE SITUATION: CONCLUSIONS 169 THE PROFESSION: REPORT! 173 UNCERTAIN ASSIGNMENT 173 DISTRIBUTION OF WORK 176 Reporting on the next days 177 JOB INSTRUCTIONS 178 DISASTER AND LEADERSHIP 180 PROFESSIONAL ACUMEN 181 THE ASSIGNMENT: CONCLUSIONS 183 THE PROFESSION: ASSESSMENTS AND DECISIONS 187 WORDS OF THE EDITOR IN CHIEF 187 Input from the field 189 PROFESSIONAL CONSCIENCE 190 The will to help 191 IDENTIFYING AS A JOURNALIST OR NOT 192 Not identifying as a journalist 193 Identifying as a journalist 194 PRESS ETHICS – ACTING AND PUBLISHING 197 Professional ethical choices 197 Publicity rule no. 9: Always show consideration for the victims of crime and accidents 200 Publicity rule 11: Be careful with pictures 201 Rejected 202 PRESS ETHICAL MISTAKES 205 The grey zone of press ethics 206 THE CYNICISM OF DISTANCE 207 PRESS PHOTO 209 ASSESSMENTS AND DECISIONS: CONCLUSIONS 210 THE PRIVATE PERSON: ONLY HUMAN 217 VULNERABILITY 217 Acute stress reactions 219 Personally affected 220 COPING 221 DELAYED REACTIONS 222 In the even longer term 224 REACTIONS AND COPING: CONCLUSIONS 225 REFLECTION: RESPONSE AND RECOVERY 229 PSYCHOLOGICAL RELIEF 229 Social support and trauma relief 229 Employee stress: a management issue 231 Defusing after the fire 232 The importance of social support 237 Journalist after the fire: 238 PROCESSING AND RECOVERY: CONCLUSIONS 240 REFLECTION: SELF‐EVALUATION AND LEARNING 243 PUBLICATIONS 243 Us and them 244 Criticism of rival papers 246 Paying for others’ mistakes 247 Being rewarded for tragedy 250 PREPAREDNESS AND LEARNING 251 Learning from history 256 Life experience 258 Professional experience 259 The importance of formal qualifications 262 Professional development needs 263 BONDING WITH SURVIVORS 264 SELF‐EVALUATION AND LEARNING: CONCLUSIONS 266 THE JOURNALIST AS EYEWITNESS 273 SITUATION 273 Witnessing 273 Unpreparedness 274 Uncontrollability 274 Stressors 274 Interaction and confrontations 275 PROFESSION 275 Duty to public interest 276 Journalist role 276 Approaches 277 Press ethics 277 Judgement and decision 278 THE PRIVATE PERSON 279 Personality and vulnerability 279 Life experience and identification 279 REACTION 280 Coping strategies 280 REFLECTION 281 Processing and recuperation 282 Self‐evaluations 282 Learning 283 ISSUES GENERATED BY THE STUDY 283 ROLE CONFLICTS 283 Fellow human being or professional journalist 285 JOURNALIST ROLES 286 The Eyewitness 286 The Weasel 286 The Hack 287 The Guardian Angel 287 COMPETENCE TO REPORT ON A DISASTER 290 Sufficiently good ability 290 Competence perspective on the journalist profession 291 The private person – actual competence 293 The private person – formal competence 293 The profession – formally stipulated competence 293 Reaction – coping competence 294 Performance – the utilised competence 294 Reflection – learning and feedback 295 Professional norms for trauma journalism 295 Learning for better or worse 297 POSTSCRIPT: ON SILENCE 301 REFERENCENS 303 APPENDIX 1: EXAMPLE OF INTERVIEW GUIDE 315 APPENDIX 2: CODE OF ETHICS FOR PRESS, RADIO AND TELEVISION IN SWEDEN 319. 

Ämnesord

Diskoteksbranden i Göteborg 1998 i massmedia  (sao)
Nyhetsförmedling  (sao)
Massmedia  -- etik och moral (sao)
Mass media  (LCSH)
Sverige 

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