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Publikasjoner og forskningsresultater

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner (5) Fagbøker⁄lærebøker (1) Forskningsrapporter (1) Formidling (23)
Høiby, Marte;Ottosen, Rune (2017). Journalism under pressure in conflict zones: A study of journalists and editors in seven countries. Media, War & Conflict. doi: 10.1177/1750635217728092
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2016). Sexual Violence against Journalists in Conflict Zones - Gendered Practices and Cultures in the Newsroom. Lippe, Berit von der Ottosen, Rune (Red.), Gendering War and Peace Reporting. Some Insights - some Missing Links. 4. s. 75-87. Nordicom.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Ottosen, Rune (2016). Reduced Security for Journalists an Less Reporting from the Frontline. Carlsson, Ulla (Red.), Freedom of Expression and Media in Transition. Studies and Reflections in the Digital Age. Chapter 21. s. 183-191. Nordicom.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Zenteno Hopp, Joaquin (2015). Bolivia: emerging and traditional elites and the governance of the soy sector. Bull, Benedicte Aguilar-Støen, Mariel (Red.), Environmental Politics in Latin America: Elite dynamics, the left tide and sustainable development. 4. Routledge.
Ytterstad, Andreas;Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2014). Journalistenes klimavalg - Mens vi venter på folket?. Eide, Elisabeth Elgesem, Dag Gloppen, Siri Rakner, Lise (Red.), Klima, medier og politikk. Kapittel 4. s. 65-83. Abstrakt forlag.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2012). Latinamerikanske løsninger. ISBN: 9788291916286. 287 s. Latin-Amerikagruppene i Norge.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Ottosen, Rune (2015). Journalism under Pressure: A mapping of editorial policies for journalists covering conflict. ISBN: 978-82-93208-93-8. 88 s. Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus.
Høiby, Marte (2018). Preparing for work in conflict zones.. Working in Conflict and Post-Conflict Areas - Field Training. University para la Paz.
Høiby, Marte;Mitra, Saumava (2018). Why we must pay attention to the death of journalists in Kabul. The Globe and Mail.
Saady, Abeer;Høiby, Marte (2018). Regional training on safety and security for journalists and journalist students in Tunisia.. Safety training. JMIC, IPSI and Article 19.
Høiby, Marte;Mitra, Saumava (2018). Program about World Press Freedom Day and the attack on nine journalists in Afghanistan.. WORT FM, Wisconsin US.
Høiby, Marte;Mitra, Saumava (2018). Program about World Press Freedom Day and the targeted attacks on ten journalists in Afghanistan.. WORT FM, Wisconsin US.
Høiby, Marte;Saady, Abeer (2017). Regional training on safety and security for journalists and journalist students in Kampala, Uganda. Safety training. JMIC OsloMet, Makerere University.
Høiby, Marte (2017). Women journalists covering war and insurgency. Broadcasting and Social Justice: Women in the Media on Conflict and Crisis. IAWRT The International Association of Women in Radio & Tele.
Høiby, Marte (2017). Covering Mindanao: Journalist/'fixer' relations and safety in the field. Safety of Journalists Covering Conflict and Sensitive Issues. JM, Høyskolen i Oslo og Akershus.
Høiby, Marte;Idås, Trond (2017). Innføring i sikkerhet for journalister. Sikkerhetskurs for journalister. Department of Journalism and Media Studies: International Ce.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Haram, Guri (2017). At det er farligere for journalister i krig og konflikt kan føre til «fallskjerm­journalistikk». Journalisten.no.
Se alle publikasjoner
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Lindstad, Siri (2017). Mannlige journalister blir oftest drept, men det er kvinnene som advares. forskning.no.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Lindstad, Siri (2017). Gender matters in war reporting. Kilden genderresearch.no.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Norge, IAWRT (2016). Journalister ved frontlinjen. Klassekampen.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2016). Violence against journalists – gendered risks and safety measures. Women journalists at the frontline. IAWRT The International Association of Women in Radio & Tele.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2015). Dangerous assignments – gendered structures in risk and risk management. Conference on Gender, War and Conflict Reporting.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Ottosen, Rune (2015). Journalism under pressure in conflict zones: A survey among journalists and editors in seven countries. Future of journalism. University of Cardiff.
Ottosen, Rune;Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2015). The price to pay for impunity: Violence, harassments and threats towards reporters in conflict areas. IAMCR conference. UNESCO.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2014). Journalists in conflict zones (UNESCO). Internasjonalisering av utdanning og FoU.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2014). Women journalists covering conflict. Women, Democracy and the Media: Political Participation and Freedom of Expression. HiOA, Center of Arab Women for Training and Research CAWTAR.
Ottosen, Rune;Høiby, Marte (2014). Presentasjon av nytt forskningsprosjekt om journalisters sikkerhet. UNESCO-seminarom journalisters sikkerhet. Den norske Unesco-kommisjonen.
Ottosen, Rune;Høiby, Marte (2014). En hverdag preget av frykt. Dagsavisen.
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn;Zenteno Hopp, Joaquin (2013). Environmental governance and the soy elite in the Department of Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Nordic Latin American Research Network (NOLAN).
Høiby, Marte Havikbotn (2012). Costa Rica. Latinamerikanske løsninger. Landrapport.

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