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A Journalist's Guide to Covering Sensitive Stories
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'It is absolutely fundamental that journalists treat vulnerable contributors sensitively and with respect.' - Louis Theroux 'Dealing with personal tragedy is hard enough but dealing with the media often compounds the pain, trauma and powerlessness of uninvited experiences. It doesn't have to be like that. The insight and the guidance in this book reflect compassionate, ethical and professional practices that can only benefit journalists as well as those they work with and for.' - Anne Eyre, Disaster Action. 'Full of vital, sensible and practical advice. All journalists, especially those just starting out on their careers, would benefit from absorbing this clear, thoughtful and much-needed guide.' - Adam Bullimore, Editor, BBC Breakfast News 'Families we have supported tell us the way they are treated by the media can have a massive impact on them. We welcome the level-headed and practical advice in this important book which will increase the confidence of reporters and reduce any unnecessary distress for families.' - Child Bereavement UK 'The scoop-obsessed, noisy hack pack, forever ready to pounce mercilessly on unsuspecting people suddenly thrown into the media spotlight, is a stereotype beloved of Hollywood and television detective series. Countering that image, Jo Healey, drawing from wide-ranging interviews, academic studies and her own experience, shows that there is, indeed, a large, caring and reflective community of print and broadcast journos who strive hard to work sensitively when dealing with vulnerable children and adults - and with people suffering from all kinds of trauma. Healey also records moving testimonies from people who, following some tragedy, have had to face the hack pack at their door. Both students and practicing journalists will find this text - packed with sensible and always clearly presented advice - of enormous, lasting value.' - Richard Lance Keeble, University of Lincoln and Liverpool Hope University
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Jo Healey is a senior broadcast news journalist for BBC TV, specialising in highly sensitive human-interest stories. She developed and delivers training for BBC staff in working with emotionally vulnerable interviewees. She began her career in weekly newspapers, moving as a chief reporter to daily papers. Her broadcast career began in radio where she worked as a reporter, producer and acting news editor before moving to TV as a reporter and presenter.
1 The Introduction 2 The Approach 3 The Preparation 4 The Relationship 5 The Children 6 The Interview 7 The Filming 8 The Writing 9 The Follow Ups 10 The Self CareDr Cait McMahon, The Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma 11 The EthicsDr Sallyanne Duncan, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 12 The Tips