Media Cleansing, Dirty Reporting: Journalism and Tragedy in Yugoslavia

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GM Books, 2005 - Journalism - 328 pages

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A Beating A Confession A Pulitzer Prize m
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Journalisms Finest Hour? 1 Beg to Differ
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Experiment in Orwellian Justice m
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Copyright

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Peter Brocks newspaper career spans 30 years and is highlighted by 17 professional awards including finalist for the 1988 Pulitzer Prize competition in Public Service. Brock holds the Southern Journalism Award for Investigative Reporting (Duke University), the Thomas L. Stokes Award for Environmental Reporting of the (Washington Journalism Center), and other distinctions. He has widely traveled the Balkans, Western and Central Europe, the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and other regions since 1976. A specialist in the role of the Western media in the Balkan wars, Peter Brocks controversial articles and reports were reprinted in major newspapers worldwide. He appeared on nationally-televised panel discussions that focused on the Yugoslav wars, and he was interviewed by numerous domestic and international newspapers, television and radio. He began his newspaper career at The Philadelphia Inquirer, served for 20 years with The El Paso (Texas) Herald-Post, and wrote/reported/edited for newspapers in New Mexico, Colorado and Washington, D.C.

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