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Articles from Nieman Reports (December 22, 2009)

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'Entering darkness': depicting an individual's story leads viewers to awareness of a 'generalized horror.'. Kaplan, E. Ann Brief article 165
1957. Brief article 124
1985. Brief article 141
1995. Brief article 116
2001. 356
2003. Brief article 121
2006. Brief article 122
2007. Book review 117
2008. Brief article 172
A journalist and a survivor. 804
A laid-off journalist charts a new course via social media: traveling the country, she and her family were inspired by hearing people's stories of resilience in hard times. McCarren, Andrea 1462
Aftermath: journalists' stories. Ludtke, Melissa 360
Approaching emotional pain--as a journalist. Discussion 1387
Art and literature: guiding journalists in trauma's portrayal. 1901
Art and trauma--and journalist as observer. Discussion 1481
Bolstering a beat: a Nieman fellowship for business journalism. Giles, Bob 757
Bringing the wit and wisdom of Molly Ivins to the stage: two journalists turned playwrights mine a mother lode of material in the writings of the acerbic political observer. Engel, Margaret; Engel, Allison 811
Bringing what's buried in folders to life. 2222
Connecting threads of individual pain with societal responsibility: from Northern Ireland, Chile and Kosovo come stories of the struggle people have in healing from terror and torture when political accountability and reconciliation are absent. 2144
Fondly remembering a '62 Nieman classmate. Hughes, John In memoriam 337
Forming connection, finding comfort. De Cesare, Donna Excerpt 1026
How to do an interview--when trauma is the topic. 1833
In an instant, a bomb claims lives and devastates a survivor. Excerpt 924
In search of an 'inside narrative'. 572
It matters who tells the story in the Middle East. 2379
Jack Nelson, 1929-2009; noted for his reporting on Civil Rights Movement and Watergate. Obituary 427
Join the online Nieman community. Brief article 110
Manipulator or Human Rights Facilitator? A journalist involved with the South African Broadcasting Corporation's radio coverage of that country's Truth and Reconciliation Commission describes how it was done and why decisions made about its approach matter. Krog, Antjie 1281
Media criticism: journalism vs. advocacy. Kennedy, Dan Book review 1196
Narratives--with trauma at their core. Excerpt 1705
New Nieman site aids journalists covering pandemic flu. Brief article 249
Public interest policies for the digital age: a book-length exploration of digital media's future fails 'to address the core question: Where is the new public square?'. McWhirter, Cameron Book review 1627
Reporting the Iraq war: whose truth is being told? Excerpt 3245
Reynolds Foundation funds New Nieman Fellowship in business reporting. Brief article 245
Shooting war: a photographer's vision. Bleasdale, Marcus Essay 1421
Strategies for reporters coping with stress. Brief article 286
Taking issue with Jerry Kammer's 'struggle to be heard' on immigration. Jacoby, Tamar Letter to the editor 1162
Tears are part of telling the story. Walter, Mike 1629
Telling untold stories of what happened in Iraq. Alford, Kael Excerpt 1305
The important history news organizations have to tell: by creating archives of company records 'we can learn how the paper developed and organized itself, how editors and reporters approached stories, and how community leaders and ordinary citizens responded to them.'. Hamilton, John Maxwell; Komor, Valerie 2008
The Iraqi shoe-thrower: when endangered journalists need help. Aumente, Jerome 2086
The Murrey and Frances Marder Fund. Brief article 201
Trauma in New Orleans: in the wake of Katrina: journalists and a poet explore this story's intimacy, its emotional power, and its cultural significance. 2790
Trauma in the aftermath: the conference. Ludtke, Melissa Conference news 368
Tugging meaning out of trauma. Discussion 3437
Two opposing viewpoints--and responses--on 'spies' and I.F. Stone. Scheeter, Jerrold L.; Guttenplan, D.D. Letter to the editor 2283
Veteran reporter Jon Alpert is recognized with the I.F. Stone Medal. 707
Visual storytelling about the human condition. 1935
When a crime is just the beginning of the story: by establishing relationships of trust with those touched by crime, reporters discover an intimacy of thought and emotion that can assist healing--for individuals and for communities. 3166
When language fails us. 998
When murder strikes a small community. Corrigan, Don 1786
When they come for us. Wickrematunge, Sonali Samarasinghe 1498
When war ends: the trauma that remains. Grinker, Lori 1375
Women war correspondents: they are different in so many ways. Feinstein, Anthony; Sinyor, Mark 1548

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