Welcome to the web version of The International Journalism Handbook: Concepts, Challenges, and Contexts. This open-access book by Dr. Rodrigo Zamith provides a theoretical foundation for understanding why international journalism matters and the key forces that shape what it looks like; highlights some of the key challenges to bearing witness to developments, sourcing information, and simply doing ‘the job’ of journalism; and describes important similarities and differences in how journalism is imagined and performed in different regions of the world.
On the navigation panel to your left, you will find a listing of units and chapters. Additionally, you can use the search bar above the navigation panel to quickly find the content you’re looking for.
If you prefer to listen to the book, you can also use the audio player that appears underneath the chapter title on every chapter page.
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This book is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license. For more information, please see the Copyright Notice. To learn more about Dr. Zamith, please see the the About the Author page.