Posts Tagged: journalism

Mexico’s War on Journalism

By Eliana Carter, Vijay Mittal, and Preston Moore Looking up from the phone screen on the walk home, it becomes apparent that you have a tail. Seeing a hand move inside of the trench coat, the outline of a weapon

Mexico’s War on Journalism

By Eliana Carter, Vijay Mittal, and Preston Moore Looking up from the phone screen on the walk home, it becomes apparent that you have a tail. Seeing a hand move inside of the trench coat, the outline of a weapon

Bartman, Jos Midas. “Murder in Mexico: Are Journalists Victims of General Violence or Targeted Political Violence?” Democratization 25, no. 7 (Mar. 2018): 1093-1113.

Image Context: Ruben Espinosa had sought refuge in the capital after receiving numerous threats when his photographs were used in various articles that criticized the governor of Veracruz, Javier Duarte de Ochoa, in 2015. The author Jos Midas Bartman uses

Bartman, Jos Midas. “Murder in Mexico: Are Journalists Victims of General Violence or Targeted Political Violence?” Democratization 25, no. 7 (Mar. 2018): 1093-1113.

Image Context: Ruben Espinosa had sought refuge in the capital after receiving numerous threats when his photographs were used in various articles that criticized the governor of Veracruz, Javier Duarte de Ochoa, in 2015. The author Jos Midas Bartman uses

Kodrich, Kris. “The Role of State Advertising in Latin American Newspapers: Was the Demise of Nicaragua’s Barricada Newspaper Political Sabotage?” Bulletin of Latin American Research, Vol. 27, No. 1 (2008): pp. 61-82.

This article argues that state advertising is used as a mean of control over news media in Nicaragua. Kodrich also discusses what constitutes discrimination against newspapers when it comes to the allocation of state advertising, by presenting statistics on circulation

Kodrich, Kris. “The Role of State Advertising in Latin American Newspapers: Was the Demise of Nicaragua’s Barricada Newspaper Political Sabotage?” Bulletin of Latin American Research, Vol. 27, No. 1 (2008): pp. 61-82.

This article argues that state advertising is used as a mean of control over news media in Nicaragua. Kodrich also discusses what constitutes discrimination against newspapers when it comes to the allocation of state advertising, by presenting statistics on circulation

Prado, Paola. “Mapping Citizen Journalism and the Promise of Digital Inclusion: A Perspective from the Global South.” Global Media and Communication 13, no. 2 (2017): 87-104.

The above picture shows a student in Manila protesting against the suppression of freedom of the press. This image was taken from a USA today article speaking about the organized violence against journalists. The author conducts 25 field interviews in

Prado, Paola. “Mapping Citizen Journalism and the Promise of Digital Inclusion: A Perspective from the Global South.” Global Media and Communication 13, no. 2 (2017): 87-104.

The above picture shows a student in Manila protesting against the suppression of freedom of the press. This image was taken from a USA today article speaking about the organized violence against journalists. The author conducts 25 field interviews in