The full papers in the Special Issue in the JMCE are now published and accessible viaMay I share with you a feedback comment sent to the journal editor:“I’ve been reading and watching Educator for decades since it’s early JE days & don’t think there has ever been a more robust & important issue than the present Summer 2023 number. J&MCE surely is thriving on your watch. Congrats!”
- Special Issue (Online First): Olatunji Ogunyemi and Lada Trifonova Price (2023) Exploring the attitudes of journalism educators to teach trauma informed literacy: An analysis of a global survey. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/10776958221143466.
- Special Issue (Online First): Desiree Hill (2023) Campus Coverage of An Execution: A Narrative Analysis. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/10776958221150309.
- A Report on Mental Health, Well-being & Trauma among Canadian Media Workers – By Matthew Pearson and Dave Seglins (2022) https://static1.squarespace.com/static/60a28b563f87204622eb0cd6/t/6285561b128d0447d7c373b2/1652905501967/TakingCare_EN.pdf
- Should journalism curriculae include trauma resilience training? An evaluation of the evidence from a scoping literature review and findings from a pilot study – Ola Ogunyemi and Joseph Akanuwe (2021). Journal of Journalism Education, Volume 10, Issue 1. ISSN: 2050-3930.
- Journalism Students’ Self Reports of Reactions Evoked By Trauma Related Teaching Materials: Results Of A Pilot Study. 5th World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC 2019) in Paris 9 – 11 July, 2019. http://www.wjec.paris/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ConferenceProceedings_WJEC19.pdf
- The Ethics of Trauma and Journalism – Taylor Blackley https://mediaethicsmagazine.com/index.php/browse-back-issues/219-fall-2022-vol-34-no-1/3999405-the-ethics-of-trauma-and-journalism