Includes bibliographical references (p. 82-89).
|Statement||Pentti Raittila, Kari Koljonen, Jari Väliverronen|
|Contributions||Koljonen, Kari, Väliverronen, Jari|
|LC Classifications||LB3013.34.F5 R35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||2011409001|
Media Coverage and Solidarity after Tragedies: The Reporting of School Shootings in Two Nations In: Coverage of the Columbine School Shootings” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 81 22 35 Koljonen Kari & Väliverronen Jari Journalism and School Shootings in Finland – Author: James Hawdon. a book written by a long time editor-in-chief, Pietilä (). K. & Väliverronen, J. () Journalism and School Shootings in Finland Tampere: T The history of journalism in. Tragedy and the Meaning of School Shootings. Bryan R. Warnick, Benjamin A. Johnson & Samuel Rocha - - Educational Theory 60 (3) The Violence Continuum: Creating a Author: Marcel Lebrun. Instructor of Journalism and Mass Communication, School of Social Sciences (since University of Tampere) Head of research and member of long-range planning group, Finnish Broadcasting Company. Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication, particularly radio and television studies, University of Tampere.
Beth Macy is the families beat reporter at The Roanoke Times in Virginia, where she has worked since Her reporting on immigrant families has won several national honors, including a Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism, a Columbia University race reporting prize and inclusion in “The Best Newspaper Writing: ”. References. Johanna Sumiala (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland) An overview of relevant automated content analysis approaches and techniques for digital journalism scholars. Journalism and school shootings in Finland – . Local responses to collective and personal crime after school shootings dissolves the individual is more likely, on average, to express fear of personally relevant crime ([ 68 ]: ). 1. Introduction. Social science researchers have increasingly focused on school shootings in rural and suburban America. Since the mids, Americans have come to view schools as places of potential violence (Kohut, , Midlarsky and Klain, ).This has led to an unprecedented focus on protecting and safeguarding schools (Simon, ).In the s, several landmark events shocked the Cited by:
Journalism and School Shootings in Finland, Pentti Raittila - - Tampere University Press. Power, Politics, and Ethics in School Districts: Dynamic Leadership for Systemic Change. BARBIE ZELIZER. Annenberg School for Communication. University of Pennsylvania. Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA Chair, Task Force on ICA Divisional Structure, Basis for book manuscript, Taking. Journalism Seriously: News and the Academy (Sage ). This is a list of attacks related to postsecondary schools, such as universities or are attacks that occurred on school property or related primarily to school issues or events. A narrow definition of the word attacks is used for this list, excluding warfare, robberies, gang violence, political or police attacks, (as related to protests), accidents, single suicides, and murder. Media in the 21st century are changing when, where, what, and how young people learn. Some educators, youth researchers, and parents lament this reality; but youth, media culture, and learning nevertheless remain entangled in a rich set of relationships today. These relationships and the anxieties they produce are not new; they echo worries about the consequences of young people’s Author: Stuart R. Poyntz, Jennesia Pedri.