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TUMBER Howard, WAISBORD Silvio (dir.)

The Routledge Companion to Media and Human Rights

Routledge, 2017, 520 p., £165.

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Media and human rights : Mapping the field – Howard Tumber and Silvio Waisbord

Part I Communication, expression and human rights

2 Expressing the changes : International perspectives on evolutions in the right to free expression – Guy Berger
3 History of media and human rights – Mark Hampton and Diana Lemberg
4 Media freedom of expression at the Strasbourg Court : Current predictability of the standard of protection offered – Helen Fenwick
5 Communication freedoms versus communication rights : Discursive and normative struggles within civil society and beyond – Bart Cammaerts
6 Freedom of information and the media – Ben Worthy
7 Freedom of expression and the chilling effect – Judith Townend
8 Human rights and press law – Julian Petley
9 Human rights and the digital – Kari Karppinen
10 Children’s rights in the digital age – Sonia Livingstone
11 Media and Information Literacy (MIL) : Taking the digital social turn for online freedoms and education 3.0 – Divina Frau-Meigs
12 Theorising digital media cultures : The politics of watching and being watched – Gavin J. D. Smith
13 All human rights are local : The resiliency of social change – Jan Servaes

Part II Media performance and human rights : Political processes

14 Political determinants of media freedom – Sebastian Stier
15 Beyond the binary of universalism and relativism : Iran, media and the discourse of human rights – Mehdi Semati
16 Rights, media and mass-surveillance in a digital age – Emma L. Briant
17 Civil society and political-intelligence elites : From manipulation to public accountability – Vian Bakir
18 Foreign policy, media and human rights – Ekaterina Balabanova
19 Public diplomacy, media and human rights – Amelia H. Arsenault

Part III Media performance and human rights : News and journalism

20 Global media ethics, human rights and flourishing – Stephen J. A. Ward
21 Investigative journalism and human rights – Michael Bromley
22 International reporting – Giovanna Dell’Orto
23 Global violence against journalists : The power of impunity and emerging initiatives to evoke social change – Jeannine E. Relly and Celeste González de Bustamante
24 Civic organizations, human rights and the news media – Matthew Powers
25 Rights and responsibilities when using user-generated content to report crisis events – Glenda Cooper
26 Environment and human rights activism, journalism and ‘The New War’ – Libby Lester

Part IV Digital activism, witnessing and human rights

27 Social media and human rights advocacy – Ella McPherson
28 All the world’s a stage : The rise of transnational celebrity advocacy for human rights – Trevor Thrall and Dominik Stecula
29 Social media reinvigorates disability rights activism globally – Beth A. Haller
30 Media and LGBT advocacy : Visibility and transnationalism in a digital age – Eve Ng
31 Live-witnessing, slacktivism and surveillance : Understanding the opportunities, challenges and risks of human rights activism in a digital era – Summer Harlow
32 Human rights and the media/protest assemblage – Stefania Milan
33 Imaging human rights : On the ethical and political implications of picturing pain – Kari Andén-Papadopoulos
34 Citizen witnessing of human rights abuses – Stuart Allan
35 Video and witnessing at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia – Sandra Ristovska
36 Media, human rights and forensic science – Steven Livingston

Part V Media representation of human rights : Cultural, social and political

37 Media, culture and human rights : Towards an intercultural communication and human rights journalism nexus – Ibrahim Seaga Shaw
38 Media and women’s human rights – Barbara M. Freeman
39 News coverage of female genital cutting : A seven country comparative study – Meghan Sobel
40 Media, human rights and religion – Jolyon Mitchell and Joshua Rey
41 The role of news media in fostering children’s democratic citizenship – Cynthia Carter
42 News language and human rights : Audiences and outsiders – Martin Conboy
43 Media, human rights and political discourse – Lisa Brooten
44 Media, human rights and refugees – Kerry Moore
45 Labour journalism, human rights and social change – Anya Schiffrin and Beatrice Santa-Wood
46 Public safety – Sonja Wolf
47 Prisoners, human rights and the media – Paul Mason
48 Changes in war-making, media and human rights : Revolution or repackaging ? – Melissa Wall
49 Media, terrorism and freedom of expression – Brigitte L. Nacos

Index

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