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Starvation Imagery as Humanitarian Trump Card?


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Batchen, Geoffrey / Gidley, Mick / Miller, Nancy K. / Prosser, Jay  (Ed.).    Picturing Atrocity: reading photographs in crisis. Reaktion Bokks, 2011.

Baucom, Ian.  Specters of the Atlantic: finance capital, slavery and the philosophy of history. Duke University Press, 2005.

Bussmann, Margit / Schneider, Gerald.  A Porous Humanitarian Shield: the laws of war, the Red Cross and the killing of civilians. 2010. [text]

Campbel, David.  The Iconography of Famine. [text]

Doyle, Michael W. / Sambanis, Nicholas.  Making War and Building Peace: United Nations Peace Operations. Princeton University Press, 2006.

Fetherstonhaugh, David / Slovic, Paul / Johnson, Stephen M. / Friedrich, James.  Insensitivity to the Value of Human Life: a study of psychophysical numbing. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 14, 1997, 3, pp. 283-300. [text]

Ghosh, Palash.  Africa:s Negative Image Undermining Food Aid Efforts: Oxfam. International Business Times, 26 December 2013. [text]

Gore, Alex.  Images of starving Africans is putting off people giving money to continent: 'Band Aid image' counter-productive, warns Oxfam. Mail Online, 27 December 2012. [text]

Hicks, David / Bord, Andy.  Learning about Global Issues: why most educators only make things worse. Environmental Education Research, 7, 2001, 4, pp. 413-425. [text]

Kennedy, Denis.  Selling the Distant Other: Humanitarianism and Iimagery -- ethical dilemmas of humanitarian action. The Journal of Humanitarian Assistance, 28 February 2009. [text]

Latanée, Bibb / Darley, John M.  Bystander 'Apathy'. American Scientist, 57, 1969, 2, pp. 244-268. [text]

Lloyd, Bob.  The Growth Delusion. Sustainability, 2009, 1, pp. 516-536. [text]

Makwana, Rajesh.  No recognition of 'One Humanity' at the World Humanitarian Forum. Share the World's Resources, 3 June 2016. [text]

Nathanson, Janice.  The Pornography of Poverty: reframing the discourse of international aid:s representations of sstarving children. Canadian Journal of Communication, 38, 2013, pp. 103-120. [text]

Nuñez, Christina.  Why provocative images do a disservice to people living in poverty. Global Citizen, 25 June 2014. [text]

Phelps, Kathy Bazoian / Rhodes, Steven.  The Ponzi Book: a legal resource for unravelling Ponzi schemes. LexisNexis, 2012. [summary]

Ritenbaugh, Richard T.  Bible verses about Hunger Imagery (From Forerunner Commentary). Bible Tools. [text]

Ross, Elliot.  All The Hungry Children. The New Inquiry, 18 December 2012. [text]

Slovic, Paul.  Psychic Numbing and Mass Atrocity. In: E. Shafir (Ed.), The behavioral foundations of public policy, Princeton University Press, 2013. [text]

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty.  A Critique of Postcolonial Reason. Harvard University Press, 1999.

Tolmie, Ellen.  Using photography to advocate for children: UNICEF images from 1990-2013. UNICEF. [text]

United for Sight. Ethics and Photography in Developing Countries. [text]

Walvin, James.  The Zong: A Massacre, the Law and the End of Slavery. Yale University Press, 2011.

World Hunger Education Service. World Hunger Photos: the stories and images of poor people's lives. Hunger Notes [text]

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