Digital images and globalized conflict

Blaagaard Bolette, Mette Mortensen, Christina Neumayer

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As the number of digital images of globalized conflicts online grow, critical examination of their impact and consequence is timely. This editorial provides an overview of digital images and globalized conflict as a field of study by discussing regimes of visibility and invisibility, proximity and distance, and the multiplicity of images. It engages critically with these interlinking themes as they are addressed in the contributing articles to the Special Issue as well as beyond, asking how genres and tropes are reproduced, how power plays a role in access to images, and how the sheer quantity of conflict-related images raise issues of knowledge production and research.
TidsskriftMedia, Culture & Society
Sider (fra-til)1-11
StatusUdgivet - 2017


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