Rich digital media as a tool in post-conflict truth and reconciliation

@inproceedings{Best2011RichDM,
  title={Rich digital media as a tool in post-conflict truth and reconciliation},
  author={Michael L. Best and William J. Long and John Etherton and Thomas Smyth},
  year={2011}
}
Modern rich digital media (such as interactive systems with audio and video as well as text) have not been robustly deployed as a tool in the processes of peace-building, healing and reconciliation in nations emerging from civil conflict. This article studies the use of rich digital media in Liberia, a country that has only recently emerged from a protracted and intense civil war. The authors demonstrate that, when rich digital media are used to target processes of truth and reconciliation… CONTINUE READING

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