Tragediauutisoinnin haasteet – median mahdollisuudet käsitellä kouluampumisia
This project, which began in January 2019, examines U.S. and Finnish media’s reporting of the 2018 high school shootings in Parkland, Florida. The project produces a new, comparative database on reporting on school shootings and opens up a new avenue for discussing the challenges posed by such reporting. The project considers the tensions between traditional media and social media based #-activism, with concrete suggestions for journalists’ work.
Publications, media appearances, project materials, blog posts, podcasts
Date: Friday, February 7, 2020
Place: The Päivälehti Museum, Ludviginkatu 2–4, Helsinki
Journalisti 8/2019 (Dr. Maiju Kannisto & Project Researcher Mila Seppälä). October 29, 2019.
“Up in Arms: Making Sense of Gun Culture in the United States”
Date: Friday, September 6, 2019
Place: University of Turku, Calonia (Caloniankuja 3), Lecture Hall Cal1
Turun Sanomat, Alio (Project Researcher Mila Seppälä). August 27, 2019.
Mass shootings in the United States discussed in “Maailmanpolitiikan arkipäivää,” Yle Radio 1 (Dr. Benita Heiskanen). August 17, 2019.
The recent mass shootings in El Paso, Dayton, and Chicago in “Puheen aamu,” Yle Puhe (starting at 01:38:30), “Aamu-tv,” Yle TV1 (starting at 49:20), and Yle Uutiset (Dr. Benita Heiskanen). August 5, 2019.
Turun Sanomat, Alio (Prof. Benita Heiskanen, Dr. Kirsi Cheas & Dr. Maiju Kannisto). February 13, 2019.