In his newly published article Robin Vandevoordt, of University of Antwerp, builds bridge between practice-based studies of war reporting and general sociological studies of journalism as a profession. The key questions are why journalists covered Syria the way they did and why they deal with challenging situations in particular ways.
The article draws on 13 in-depth interviews with Dutch and Flemish reporters and also Pierre Bourdieu’s concepts of economic, social and cultural capital on both an institutional and an individual level.
Read the article here. (abstract public)
Picrture: مشتلك يا سورية by Joel Bombardier, licence: CC BY 2.0