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The purpose of this study was to study the state of the art in Journalism under the conflict situations in the Southernmost Thailand. The samples were selected from any published research articles, thesis and also academic articles around the year of 2004 - 2016 collected by four resources as follow: 1) Thai Library Integrated System (ThaiLIS) 2) Thai National Research Repository (TNRR) 3) John F. Kennedy Library, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus and 4) the search engine on Google website The results of the study were as followed; 1) There were totally 24 document titles, research papers (52.00%) and qualitative research (54.20%). Most of them were published in 2006 (20.80%) and copyrighted by Prince of Songkla University (PSU) (45.80%). Many published articles related to the elements of communication such as news sender and professional organization (45.80%) and focused on general mass media (52.00%). 2) The state of the art on the journalism was framed to study the knowledge of the professional organization, media production, content contribution, journalism audience and effect. Based on the major findings, it was recommended that the digital news media will be established for supporting the peace process which based on three conditions as follow: 1) the best participation from various civic organizations to set and run through the news agenda 2) find out the great ways to connect people in the field and the mainstream media 3) the success of applying peace journalism approach to make the practical use.
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