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Being a female journalist at the frontline: an autoethnography

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Being a female journalist at the frontline : an autoethnography. / Pirmasari, Desy.

Gendering war and peace reporting: some insights – some missing links. ed. / Berit von der Lippe; Rune Ottosen. Sweden : Nordicom, 2016. p. 129-141.

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Harvard

Pirmasari, D 2016, Being a female journalist at the frontline: an autoethnography. in BVD Lippe & R Ottosen (eds), Gendering war and peace reporting: some insights – some missing links. Nordicom, Sweden, pp. 129-141. <http://www.nordicom.gu.se/en/publikationer/gendering-war-and-peace-reporting>

APA

Pirmasari, D. (2016). Being a female journalist at the frontline: an autoethnography. In B. V. D. Lippe, & R. Ottosen (Eds.), Gendering war and peace reporting: some insights – some missing links (pp. 129-141). Nordicom. http://www.nordicom.gu.se/en/publikationer/gendering-war-and-peace-reporting

Vancouver

Pirmasari D. Being a female journalist at the frontline: an autoethnography. In Lippe BVD, Ottosen R, editors, Gendering war and peace reporting: some insights – some missing links. Sweden: Nordicom. 2016. p. 129-141

Author

Pirmasari, Desy. / Being a female journalist at the frontline : an autoethnography. Gendering war and peace reporting: some insights – some missing links. editor / Berit von der Lippe ; Rune Ottosen. Sweden : Nordicom, 2016. pp. 129-141

Bibtex

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