Description This paper has to be 3500 words which should assess the working life of a war reporter: the dangers they face, constraints they have to work around, and the practicalities of doing the job – from finding fixers and translators to what they get up to during downtime. Who would want to become a war reporter anyway? Stereotypes abound about war junkies, but there’s more diversity than you might think, with women playing a prominent role and different generations disagreeing about how the job should be done.
Just to clarify, this piece of work is not suppose to be concentrated on a single war reporter but all war reporters
Point, Evidence, Explanation is ESSENTIAL.
EXTRA SOURCES ONLINE:
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Palmer, J. & Fontan, V. (2007) “‘Our Ears and Our Eyes’: Journalists and Fixers in Iraq”. Journalism 8(1): 5-24.
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Loyd, A. (1999) My War Gone By, I Miss It So. London: Penguin.
Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Writing from scratch
Pages / words: 5 / 1400
Number of sources: 2
Academic level: Undergraduate
Paper format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English
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