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Articles from Nieman Reports (December 22, 1998)

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`Struggling for Memory Against Forgetting': English-Language Newspapers May Have Been Too Timid, Even Collaborated. Green, Pippa 1921
Assessing Public Journalism. Effron, Seth Book Review 1214
Children's Exposure to Violence: A Critical Lens for Reporting on Violence. Osofsky, Joy D.; Osofsky, Howard J. 1596
Context, Contacts and Accuracy Were Key in Paducah, Kentucky. Paxton, Jim 1334
Dancing to a Different Tune: Can Traditional Media Compete With the New Kids on the Block? Anderson, Caitlin 1486
Editors' Question: Do We Fail Our Children? Blau, Robert 802
Girls and Juvenile Violence: Stories Rarely Told. Mehren, Elizabeth 1495
Giving Readers Ways to Heal and to Help in Springfield, Oregon. Godbold, Jim 1254
Hey Newsboys & Girls--Getting Injured Without Workers' Compensation Builds Character! Linder, Marc 1605
Inside the Juvenile Justice System: Lifting the Veil of Secrecy. Wolfson, Jill; Hubner, John 1831
Integrating the Public Health Perspective into Reporting on Violence. Stevens, Jane Ellen 2254
Interview with Photographer Donna Ferrato. Ferrato, Donna Interview 1592
Lasting Connections of a Nieman Year. Guthrie, Patricia Bibliography 872
Making Sense Out of a Tragedy: Don't Report What You Don't Know. Schwartz, John 1181
Mapping Children's Roadway to Violence: The Early Years. Dowling, Claudia Glenn 1424
Measuring the Effects of Changing the Way Violence Is Reported. Dorfman, Lori; Thorson, Esther 1406
Media and Juvenile Violence: The Connecting Threads. Doi, David 1282
Newspaper Management Keeps Quiet About Its Role in Apartheid: In the Afrikaans Press, Some Reporters Decide to Testify. du Plessis, Tim 1241
Parents' Warning: Remember the Children. Wade, Nigel 815
Questioning If Guilt Without Punishment Will Lead to Reconciliation: The Black Press Relives Its Own Horrors and Seeks Justice. Tsedu, Mathatha 1352
Restraint and Empathy Defined Reporting in Pearl, Mississippi. Skipper, Deborah 1185
Rewriting a Story of Juvenile Crime. 965
Riding the Crime Wave: Why Words We Use Matter So Much. Miller, Jerome 2206
Sensitive Early Reporting Opened Up Good Leads in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. Lloyd, Bob 1352
Showing Faces, Hearing Voices, Tugging at Emotions: Televising the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Thloloe, Joe 1691
Spin Cycle: How the White House and the Media Manipulate the News. Herbers, John Book Review 874
The Courts and the Media: Improving the Dialogue. O'Neil, William J. 1910
The Murrey and Frances Marder Fund. 172
The Scandal: Coverage from the Heartland. Freed, Kenneth 3545
The Superpredator Script. Gilliam, Franklin D. Jr.; Iyengar, Shanto 1105
The Violence Reporting Project: A New Approach to Covering Crime. 258
Truth and Reconciliation: Reporting the Horrors of Apartheid. 173
Two Niemans Honored. 279
Two Years of Living Electronically: Covering Breaking Foreign News for the Internet. Huus, Kari 1159
Voicing the Community's Horror Worked Well in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Troutt, John W. Jr. 1181
What the People Know. Winship, Thomas Book Review 756
When Juveniles Are Locked Up: A Reporter Uncovers Abuse in a System Few People Know Exists. Hargrove, Mary 1871
Youth and Race on Local TV News. Woodruff, Katie 1212

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