An exploration of female journalists’ experiences of covering potentially traumatic news stories : an IPA study

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Schumacher, Ruth Elizabeth;
(2016)
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War-reporting journalists have a higher prevalence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) than the general population (Feinstein, Owen & Blair, 2002). However, no psychopathological gender differences have been identified (Sinyor & Feinstein, 2012). This is in stark c... View more
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    Appendices ..........................................................................................................................146 Appendix A: Research Registration (RD1) ........................................................................ 146 Appendix B: Ethics Clearance Submission ........................................................................ 157 Appendix C: RD1 and Ethics Approval Procedure .......................................................... 161 Appendix D: RD1 and Ethics Approval Notification ....................................................... 162 Appendix E: Advert/Invitation email text ......................................................................... 164 Appendix F: Post-screening de-brief sheet ....................................................................... 165 Appendix G: Informed Consent Form.................................................................................. 166 Appendix H: Information Letter............................................................................................ 167 Appendix I: Screening Survey ................................................................................................ 169

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