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Trauma Journalism

When there are fatalities from crimes, accidents or disasters, young journalists are typically assigned to contact family members. These "death knocks," whether in person or by telephone, are among the most difficult of reporting assignments. Interviews with those grieving the loss of loved ones require preparation, empathy and professionalism.
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