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Being a female journalist at the frontline: an autoethnography

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Abstract

This is an autoethnography paper about being a female journalist, reporting amid the
civil war and political unrest in Libya. It highlights my own experiences and how my
gender affected the coverage. My findings also demonstrate that volatility in gender roles is a common phenomenon in times of civil unrest.