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Reporting War

Reporting War

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Published by Hans Klis

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Published by: Hans Klis on Jul 17, 2013
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by Sharon Schmickle
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While scores o journalists were conronting traumaand danger to cover the Iraq War, a group o seasonedveterans o such assignments took a brie break togather at Bretton Woods, N.H., and talk about theemotional challenges raised by their duties in the eld.
For two days, they engaged one another in rank, reewheeling andoten personally cathartic discussions about human vulnerability as itrelates to the crat o combat journalism.In the end, these intense competitors agreed to share what they hadlearned with others who cover conict. They concurred that journalistswho are equipped to care or themselves emotionally can stay in theeld longer, deliver more compelling reports and return home withewer problems. Their recommendations in October 2005 launched a project whichculminated in publication o this handbook. The retreat and the hand-book are projects o the Dart Society, a group o journalists who supportsensitive coverage o trauma and care o those covering it.
 
reporting war
by Sharon Schmickle

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