Most news organizations send reporters for special hostile environment training to prepare for Afghanistan, but in his article “College for Killing Fields,” King’s Journalism Review reporter Geoff Davies learned that Canwest doesn’t.
Other articles in November, 2009 edition of the King’s Journalism Review include:
CAJ strapped for cash
Award winners, conference hotel still waiting to be paid.
By James Whitehead
A new defence could help journalists fight defamation suits if they prove they did everything they could to get it right.
By Laura MacKenzie
Hope and travel: key to a journalism career
Still jobs for grads despite journalistic doom and gloom.
By Sunni Vann
Fostering debate: journalists cover H1N1
When is enough too much?
By Emily Graff
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