Center for Global Communication Studies Contributes to Report on Stemming Inflammatory Language in Iraqi Media


Mitigating Media Incitement to Violence in Iraq A report from the United States Institute for Peace   The Annenberg School for Communication’s Center for Global Communication Studies contributed to the development of this report, which conveys a burgeoning effort a helping Iraqi media self-regulate and avoid the use of inflammatory language in reporting.   "We are delighted to contribute to this significant effort regarding the media in Iraq:: how to encourage active and responsible journalism, where journalists are sensitive to potential harms of inflammatory language in a  still raw zone of sectarian conflict. We value our partnership with USIP, learning from research and leading to training programs designed to enhance Iraqi media practices,” says Monroe Price, Adjunct Full Professor and Director of CGCS.