Issue Aug 2010 3 (2)

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Colleen Murrell
Baghdad bureaux: an exploration of the interconnected world of fixers and correspondents at the BBC and CNN Media, War & Conflict,

Klas Backholm and Kaj Björkqvist
The effects of exposure to crisis on well-being of journalists: a study of crisis-related factors predicting psychological health in a sample of Finnish journalists Media, War & Conflict

Erin Steuter and Deborah Wills
‘The vermin have struck again’: dehumanizing the enemy in post 9/11 media representations Media, War & Conflict

Ülkü Güney
We see our people suffering’: the war, the mass media and the reproduction of Muslim identity among youth Media, War & Conflict August 2010 3: 168-181,

Françoise Ugochukwu
The Nigerian civil war and its media: groping for clues Media, War & Conflict

Richard Rogers and Anat Ben-David
Coming to terms: a conflict analysis of the usage, in official and unofficial sources, of ‘security fence’, ‘apartheid wall’, and other terms for the structure between Israel and the Palestinian territories Media, War & Conflict


Paul Lashmar: Robert Dover and Michael S. Goodman (eds) Spinning Intelligence: Why Intelligence Needs the Media, Why the Media Needs Intelligence London: Hurst & Co, 2009. 265 pp. £15.99 (pbk)

Ian Taylor : Nathan Gardels and Mike Medavoy American Idol after Iraq: Competing for Hearts and Minds in the Global Media Age Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. 170 pp., 6 illus. ISBN 978 1 4051 8741 1

Nathan Roger: James Der Derian Virtuous War: Mapping the Military—Industrial—Media—Entertainment Network, 2nd edn London: Routledge, 2009. 330 pp. ISBN 978 0 415 77238 9 (hbk); ISBN 978 0 415 77239 6 (pbk)

Robbie Duschinsky : Lee Marsden and Heather Savigny (eds) Media, Religion and Conflict Farnham: Ashgate, 2009. 168 pp. ISBN 978-0754678533 £55

Greg Simons : Gary R. Bunt iMuslims: Rewiring the House of Islam London: Hurst & Co., 2009. 358 pp. ISBN 978 1 85065 950 1

Mette Mortensen : Loup Langton Photojournalism and Today’s News: Creating Visual Reality Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. 250 pp., 17 illus.