Ref. :  000040651
Date :  2016-09-20
Language :  English
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Media and Transitional Justice

In transitional contexts, reporting does not simply present the facts, but instead shapes the parameters for interpreting divisive political issues. Coverage in such polarized contexts can mitigate or obscure the substance of transitional justice efforts to establishment what happened, who the victims were, and who was responsible for the violations. It can either catalyze or paralyze the debate on how to repair victims and ensure that systematic violence does not recur. This paper explores this relationship in contexts like South Africa, the former former Yugoslavia, Guatemala and more.

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