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Volume 13, Issue 1
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Abstract

In this edition we seek to advance a debate that helps us redefine journalism. Not as a new fixed concept but rather as an open-ended discussion that allows for the nuance that the fracture of a traditional way of reporting news hands to us as observers. For this journal, however, our role will not be as impassive and neutral analysists but rather as active participants fostering future discussion and debates. The combination of papers that we present in this issue is a reflection on these challenges and each one of them provides, in its own way, an engaging and provoking response. It is precisely because the authors bring about research and discussion that touch upon these issues that this edition seems so relevant for journalism today.

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Keyword(s): censorship; epistemic crisis; fracture; Hamas; Israel; journalism; news; Palestine
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