...biases, newspaper policy, pressures from the government and rebel groups, and public opinion).
Subject Index : Journalism, Military--Philippines , War correspondents--Philippines
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Bahillo, M.A. & R.A. Ducut (2011). ''The Press and the Peace Process: A Case Study of the Manila-based Journalists who Covered
...-leveled—the news decision-making of the journalists then of the editors and the interests of the owners.
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...lic instead of just providing news and information about the peace process and other government initiatives pertaining to the Moro conflict in Mindanao.
Abellano, G.M.T & Landicho, N.R.T. (2012). In Between Frames: 24 Oras and Newsbreak Coverage of the Moro Conflict in Mindanao. Unpublished Undergradu
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...Analyzing the News Coverage of Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Star, and The Manila Times on the Mamasapano Clash
...edia’s use of peace journalism reflected calls for truth, accountability and peace. It also thrust the BBL into limelight. This created an opportunity t
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...ASEAN Online News Media Coverage of South China Sea Dispute between China and the Philippines ==
...s, and to know if these online news media covered the issue towards peace, war or neutral.
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...d to select which aspects of the photo, particularly identifiable features and graphic details, to leave out or at least de-emphasize.
...: Photojournalism, Ethics, Humaneness, Semiotics, Framing, Philippine Drug War, Drug-Related Killings, Online News
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