The greatest public health emergency of recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic, wars, economic and climatic crises at local level have threatened to "wipe out" many of the journalistic newsrooms present throughout the world, causing feelings of psycho-physical discomfort among journalists. Events that have a strong impact on media behaviour and the effectiveness of building clear narratives while controlling personal problems, stress and anxiety. The study will analyse, through qualitative methods, a local Italian case on how difficult it is to work for those who provide information during a natural disaster.

The Crisis of Journalism and the Health of Journalists / BUONCOMPAGNI G.. - In: STUDIES IN MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION. - ISSN 2325-808X. - ELETTRONICO. - 2:(2024), pp. 140-148. [10.11114/smc.v12i2.6765]

The Crisis of Journalism and the Health of Journalists

BUONCOMPAGNI G.
2024

Abstract

The greatest public health emergency of recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic, wars, economic and climatic crises at local level have threatened to "wipe out" many of the journalistic newsrooms present throughout the world, causing feelings of psycho-physical discomfort among journalists. Events that have a strong impact on media behaviour and the effectiveness of building clear narratives while controlling personal problems, stress and anxiety. The study will analyse, through qualitative methods, a local Italian case on how difficult it is to work for those who provide information during a natural disaster.
2024
2
140
148
BUONCOMPAGNI G.
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