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Trauma Journalism

TRAUMA JOURNALISM: ON DEADLINE IN HARM'S WAY, was recently reviewed (12/9) by Matt Porter, the Daily ((SOT)), Syracuse University: "I believe Masse’s book is another welcome addition to the study of trauma’s effect on journalists. Masse’s most effective tool is the stories he takes directly from journalists. The book is littered with powerful quotes from domestic and international journalists who have seen the effects of tragedy on reporting. This book should be mandatory for any young journalist thinking of pursuing a career in the field. The book touches on important topics that are often not discussed in classes either because they are “taboo” or simply uncomfortable. But, Masse’s well-researched book shows the reality of the profession."
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Trauma Journalism

"A hard hitting, insightful look at an often overlooked topic by an exceptionally prolific writer. Author Mark Masse' exposes and examines the emotional and psychological toll paid by journalists covering horrific events. In his new book, Trauma Journalism: On Deadline in Harm's Way, Mark does his usual exemplary job as a wordsmith in taking a difficult and complex topic and relating it to the common human experience. This is a great book for anyone who works in the news business, is thinking of a career in journalism or just appreciates the hard work of the men and women who cover tragic events. A fantastic read and a great gift idea for the holidays!" (Joe Krupa, former emergency medical technician) Read More 
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