Suppressing Freedom of the Press, Part 2

ACADEME BLOG

The Committee to Protect Journalists has released its list of journalists who were killed in 2016; clicking on the journalists’ names will link you to their stories:

48 Journalists Killed in 2016/Motive Confirmed

Terminology explained
Mohammad Nasir Mudasir , Melli Paigham Radio

December 15, 2016, in Mohammed Agha District, Logar Province, Afghanistan

Soe Moe Tun , Daily Eleven

December 13, 2016, in Monywa, Myanmar

Awab al-Zubiry

November 18, 2016, in Taiz, Yemen

Mohsen Khazaei, Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting

November 12, 2016, in Aleppo, Syria

Mahad Ali Mohamed , Codka Mudug Radio

November 6, 2016, in Galkayo, Somalia

Naimatullah Zaheer, Ariana News

November 4, 2016, in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan

Abdul Salam Kanaan, Al-Jisr TV

October 31, 2016, in Zafraneh, Syria

Ali Risan, Al-Sumaria TV

October 22, 2016, in Al-Shura, Nineveh Province, Iraq

Ahmet Haceroğlu, Türkmeneli TV

October 21, 2016, in Kirkuk, Iraq

Jeroen Oerlemans , Freelance

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About martinkich

I am a Professor of English at Wright State University's Lake Campus, where I have been a faculty member for more than 25 years. I have now served multiple terms as the President of the WSU chapter of AAUP, which now includes all full-time instructional faculty, and as the Vice-President of the Ohio Conference of AAUP. I have also served several terms as an at-large member of the Executive Committee of AAUP's Collective Bargaining Congress. In addition to serving as co-editor of the Academe blog, I am also a member of the editorial board of Academe and have been a guest editor for an issue of the magazine on collective bargaining strategies. As co-chair of the Ohio Conference's Communication Committee, I began to do much more overtly political writing during the campaign to repeal Ohio's Senate Bill 5, which would have eliminated the right of faculty to be unionized. I have sustained that activism, and at the risk of stating the obvious, I have very much enjoyed contributing to the Academe Blog and to our chapter blog. I also maintain several other blogs to which I have re-posted, by topic, my posts to the Academe blog, as well as some other items.

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