-- Columbia Journalism Review
" Covering Violence is an asset." -- Journal of Mass Media Ethics
" Covering Violence is an invaluable resource for use in newsrooms and in journalism classes throughout the country. The real-life examples and eyewitness accounts from media professionals greatly strengthen this second edition. The practical 'how to' approach on such issues as crossing cultural borders and doing sensitive interviews continues to be the backbone of this pioneering work by Simpson and Cote." -- Sherry Ricchiardi, senior writer, American Journalism Review, and professor, Indiana University School of Journalism
About the Author
William Coté is professor of journalism at Michigan State University, where he has been the coordinator of the Victims and Media Program since 1991. He is the author of numerous scholarly articles and has conducted several seminars on victims and the media as well as traumatic stress.
Roger Simpson is professor of communications and director of the Journalism and Trauma Program at the University of Washington. He has been a reporter for The Wall Street Journal and the Detroit Free Press and directed the first Western Conference on Journalism and...