Glenda Cooper

is a freelance writer and PhD student at City University’s Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism

Blog posts in total 2


  1. It is not just how many people have to die to make it a big disaster for the media, but crucially how ‘important’ those deaths appear to be.

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  2. The Haitian earthquake, January 2010: a man performs brain surgery on a 15 year old girl; a second writes a gripping eyewitness account for the Guardian about the dead bodies piled up on the street.

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