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Pressing Forward
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Pressing Forward
Seeing the Future of Journalism

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October 2014 | SAGE Publications Ltd

This issue of Index on Censorship magazine will include a special report on the future of journalism and the challenges for free speech; this global analysis includes articles from young and older journalists about the way the media might and should evolve to bring the public the information they should know; all inside are articles by author Wendy Law-Yone; an interview with the Belarus Free Theatre; and an article on free expression by Australia’s race commissioner Tim Soutphommasane.

 
Part I: Special Report Seeing The Future Of Journalism: Will The Public Know More?
Iona Craig
Chapter 1: Back to the Future
Ray Joseph
Chapter 2: Digital Detectives
Ahlam Mohsen, Katharina Frick, Luca Rovinalti, Athandiwe Saba, Bhanuj Kapal
Chapter 3: Re-Writing the Future
Dina Meza
Chapter 4: Attack on Ambition
Martin Rowson
Chapter 5: Stripsearch Cartoon
Ian Hargreaves
Chapter 6: Generation Why
Helen Womack
Chapter 7: Making Waves
Debora Halpern Wenger
Chapter 8: Switched On and Off
Taylor Walker
Chapter 9: TV News Will Reinvent Itself
Samira Ahmed
Chapter 10: Right to Reply
Stephen Pritchard
Chapter 11: Readers as Editors
Will Gore
Chapter 12: Print Running
Luis Carlos Díaz
Chapter 13: Paper Chase
Ian Dunt
Chapter 14: Lobby Matters
Glenda Nevill
Chapter 15: Funding News Freedom
Jodie Ginsberg
Chapter 16: Global View
 
Part II: In Focus
Tim Soutphommasane
Chapter 17: Free Thinking?
Jemimiah Steinfeld
Chapter 18: Guarding the Guards
Irene Caselli
Chapter 19: Taking Down the Critics
Claire Rigby
Chapter 20: Maid Equal in Brazil
Georgia Lewis
Chapter 21: Home Truths in The Gulf
Siddarth Narrain
Chapter 22: Text Messaging
Rachael Jolley
Chapter 23: We Have To Fight For What We Want
Lesley Phippen
Chapter 24: Decoding Defamation
Tamsin Allen
Chapter 25: A Hard Act to Follow
Jemimiah Stenfield
Chapter 26: Walls Divide
Steven Boroweic
Chapter 27: Taking a Pop
Melody Patry and Milena Knezevic
Chapter 28: Mapping Media Threats
Natasha Joseph
Chapter 29: Holed Up In Harare
Wendy Law-Yone
Chapter 30: Burma’s “New” Media Face Threats and Attack
 
Part III: Culture
Kaya Genç
Chapter 31: Political Framing
Julia Farrington
Chapter 32: Action Drama
Ariel Dorfman
Chapter 33: Casting Away
Sascha Feuchert and Charlotte Knobloc
Chapter 34: Head to Head
 
Part IV
Alice Kirkland
Chapter 35: Index Around The World
Vicky Baker
Chapter 36: From the Factory Floor

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