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The power of images? Visual journalists’ assessment of the impact of imagery

by Nicole Dahmen, Kaitlin C. Miller, and Brent Walth | Through surveys, this research explores fundamental questions about journalists’ perceptions of and experiences with images and impact. Study findings show that most participants believe images can be agents for change, but they have not necessarily seen higher-level impacts.

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