9781527531789 electronic book 1527531783 electronic book 1527530256 9781527530256
This book explores how journalists understand and interpret justice in their coverage of wars. Its deep analysis of war reporting offers a new understanding of modern, multicultural societies in times of conflict. In particular, it explores how the Yugoslav conflicts of the 1990s gave birth to the modern notion of the transnational community. The text provides new theoretical concepts in order to better understand media work during times of war, and offers new definitions of conflict and the transnational community as an authority of normative criteria for justice.
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Print version: Gajević, Slavko, 1956- War reporting and justice. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019