Items where City Author is "Cooper, Glenda"

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Article

Cooper, G. (2015). Hurricanes and hashtags: How the media and NGOs treat citizens’ voices online in humanitarian emergencies. Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 6(2), pp. 233-244. doi: 10.1386/iscc.6.2.233_1

Book Section

Franks, S. (2015). From pictures to policy: How does humanitarian reporting have an influence? In: S. Cottle & G. Cooper (Eds.), Humanitarianism, Communications and Change. Global Crises and the Media (19). (pp. 153-166). Peter Lang. ISBN 9781433125263

Cooper, G. (2015). Give us your ****ing money" A Critical Appraisal of TV and the Cash Nexus. In: G. Cooper & S. Cottle (Eds.), Humanitarianism, Communications and Change: 19 (Global Crises and the Media). (pp. 67-77). Peter Lang. ISBN 9781433125263

Cooper, G. & Cottle, S. (2015). Humanitarianism Communications and Change: Final Reflections. In: G. Cooper & S. Cottle (Eds.), Humanitarianism, Communications and Change. (pp. 251-264). New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9781433125263

Cooper, G. (2015). NGOs media and public understanding: 25 Years on an interview with Paddy Coulter former head of media at Oxfam. In: G. Cooper & S. Cottle (Eds.), Humanitarianism, Communications and Change: 19 (Global Crises and the Media). (pp. 79-89). New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9781433125263

Report

Cooper, G., Cottle, S., Doucet, L., Duncan, S., Gormley, B., Joye, S., Klein, A., Newton, J., Scarff, L., Thorsen, E., Wardle, C., Watkins, R. & Wynne-Jones, R. (2014). The Future of Humanitarian Reporting. London: City University London.

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