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Trauma Journalism

Although war correspondents, crime reporters, and those drawn to covering conflict and crisis may be described as adrenaline junkies, adventure seekers, or a “different breed,” journalists are not detached from scenes of terror, grief, or horror no matter how calm or collected they may appear on
screen. No matter how efficiently they complete their stories and produce their images to meet deadlines. Journalists, like other people, have varying emotional thresholds when it comes to confronting trauma. Read More 
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