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West Papuan journalists today: An alternative human rights perspective from Indonesia
Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa
This article examines the curiosity of journalists in West Papua about the notion of human rights. The selection of this theme as a focus of research can be seen as a concern for the role of journalists in the enforcement of human rights. The selection of West Papuan journalists for research departs from the position of journalists as perpetrators of journalism activities. The author has proposed four disciplines of writing news about human rights violations in West Papua: 1) the level ofdoi:10.24135/pjr.v26i1.1075 fatcat:35ogzvw3rncyhcztgbcoaa4y2e