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It becomes essential to the study the different dynamics of interstate conflicts in order to expedite the processes of conflict management and resolution. There are different actors in a conflict environment and mass media is an important one among them. It is through mass media that conflicts are communicated to citizens. Proliferation of mass media technology has resulted into mediatised conflicts.
This study deals with the most crucial conflict in South Asia i. This conflict has shaped the political and economic situation in the sub-continent.
The campaign intends to create an enabling environment by facilitating dialogue between the two governments, encouraging people-to-people contact, thereby contributing to peace between the two countries. It seeks to satisfy its quest for peace by discussion on all contentious issues between the two countries through mediums like seminars, conferences, cultural festivals and all other forums of people to people contact.
Unpublished M. Phil Dissertation, University of Queensland. Significance of the Study Mainstream media is guided in its coverage of events by values like sensationalization, dramatization, immediacy, action etc. War fulfils all the above mentioned criteria and hence coverage of conflict in mainstream journalism witnesses violence, anarchy and chaos.
Conflict thereby makes perfect news-value for the media and it tends to thrive on the same Wolfsfeld, Thus, in most cases of conflict, media plays a part in its aggravation.
He says that media does not provide peaceful alternatives for resolution of the conflict and instead focuses only on the violent aspects. Thereby, he has developed the notion of Peace Journalism through which the media can play a positive role in conflict prevention and resolution.
Most of the contemporary research and writings about the constructive role that media can play in a conflict situation has been derived from the model proposed by Galtung.
Peace Journalism in the context of India and Pakistan assumes much importance because media in both the nations have been vehicles to spread hate and animosity. Dissemination of stereotyped images and conventional messages has been at the forefront of media activity in India and Pakistan. Media have usually toed the official line and supported nationalistic discourse vis-a-vis each other. During the Kargil War , media contributed to building up of the war hysteria.
Thus, media has essayed a by and large negative role when it comes to promoting peace between the two neighbours. It is a Peace Journalism venture launched for the first time in the media history of the two nations.
Its critical examination can offer insights into the workings of the Peace Journalism model in current and conflicting times. Moreover, it comes at a time when there looms a constant threat about a nuclearized conflict in South Asia.
Hence, the campaign has been chosen for the study. Routledge, New Delhi. According to hi, there have to be some norms that have to be adhered to if Peace Journalism has to be actualized and realised during the reporting of conflict.
In their book, Global Glasnost , Galtung and Vincent have developed ten norms on which media reporting during conflict should be judged. These norms were developed after studying media reporting of the Gulf War in detail and making normative prescriptions about how media should report during a conflict.
Galtung has also mentioned some points to be considered while reporting if peace journalism is to be realized.
Focussing not only on the differences between the conflicting parties, but on what are the commonalities between them 2. Practising Open-Minded Journalism 3. Focussing on the benefits of unification, not only on the problem 4. Making the unification process between the conflicting parties transparent 5.
Telling the story from all sides, all angles 6. Seeking stories from ordinary people 8. Avoiding the overuse of elites as sources for stories 9. Offering background stories At the initial stage of the study, it has already been proven that the campaign is a peace media campaign being conducted by two leading media houses of both the countries. University of Queensland Press, Australia.
Focus not only on differences but on commonalities between conflicting parties 2. Focus on the benefits of unification among the conflicting parties 3. Telling the story from all sides, all angles 4. Seeking stories from ordinary people 5. Reporting on Peace initiatives between the conflicting parties These five norms have been selected purposively by the researcher as it is believed that testing of the campaign on conformity to these considerations will aid at a better and critical analysis of the campaign as also help to arrive at general conclusions about how peace media campaigns in the sub-continent should be positioned for the aim of achieving the goals set by their carriers.
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It seeks to provide guidelines for the implementation of Peace Journalism in a media scenario dominated by war and violence. Also, it is only in the s that Peace Journalism has penetrated the discipline of mass communication and hence inquiries have been conducted mostly from the point of view of western knowledge sphere. Analytical Strategy Once the theoretical frame-work has been zeroed down upon, the next important step in the process of research is laying down a plan of analysis which will serve as a direction to the sorting out and categorizing of data after collection is completed.
The present study consists of documents which are in the form of newspaper articles. However due to the issues of accessibility and language, The Times of India has been selected for the study. The period chosen for the study is such that a representative sample of articles can be analysed. The key themes will be interpreted on normative considerations devised and an in-depth interpretation will be carried out on aspects like: the tone of the article, the stand point of the article, use and repetition of particular terminologies and the significance, connotation of the same.
The emphasis of the article shall also be analysed and any kind of latent 5 Bertrand, I. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. Extraction and interpretation of manifested facts present in the article will work as the mainstay of the analysis plan.
Data Analysis Thematic categorization of news articles: Theme No. At the end of each thematic analysis a list of key terms identified through the articles has been brought out. This has been done to emphasize on the use and repetition of particular terms and words which are seen as essential to a Peace Journalism model.
It will enable the readers to attain an idea about the tone of the articles. Cooperation in different sectors is a common theme that runs through all the articles analyzed for the study.
Healthy and progressive relations between India-Pakistan can be established through peace. They highlight the commonality of health problems faced by people in both countries and the need for joint efforts to address the same Galtung Proposition 1 6.
However, there is no specificity on what kind of mechanisms ought to be developed to counter these health threats. There is not much information available in the articles on what kind of health threats do people in Pakistan face and also no commentary about the need to channelize money being overspent on defense by both nations on building better health infrastructure.
People-to-People contact through sector-wise cooperation has been emphasized repeatedly but questions about its sustainability and impact have not been addressed at all. The styles in which the three articles have been written is starkly different. The article dated July 29, is in the form of a direct, striking and forceful appeal for cooperation in health.
The one on August 1, is a simple report on Indian and Pakistani doctors meeting to exchange views on pertinent issues. The third one, appearing on November 20, is a human interest story with emotional appeal about Pakistani children being treated by Indian doctors. The stand point taken by all the three stories is pro-peace and pro-cooperation Galtung Proposition 5.
The article dated November 20, seeks stories from ordinary people on both sides of the border.
It talks about ailing Pakistani children being operated in India free of cost Galtung Proposition 4. It shows that the existing gap between the two nations can be successfully bridged by its common people.
There is no exploration of the facet of Pakistanis contributing to Indian medicine and healthcare in any way but the vice-versa has been reported Galtung Proposition 3.