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International Journal of Communication
MIREYA MÁRQUEZ-RAMÍREZ Universidad Iberoamericana-Mexico City, Mexico Research on journalists working in contexts of risk has examined either war correspondents on temporary assignments or the psychological effects of covering traumatic events, usually after the events have ended. Although these studies are important, they fail to account for the growing importance of ongoing violence in insecure democracies and its possible consequences for national journalistic practice. We address thesefatcat:uzndh3rzprcnblpdtpgmvwmmqe