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Articles from Nieman Reports (March 22, 2014)

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"A sense of exhilaration and possibility": the co-founder of Turkey's 140journos on building a citizen-sustained news agency from scratch. Onder, Engin Column 2346
Chasing paper with Yanukovych leaks. Palmer, Roxanne 528
Covering the home front: in a speech to the U.S. delegation to the U.N., Sangar Rahimi, NF '14, laid out the challenges facing Afghan journalists as the U.S. prepares to leave. Brief article 286
Form follows function: the epic free-verse poem as a vehicle for narrative nonfiction. Rymer, Russ Column 2201
From Chile, with thanks: Paula Molina, NF '13, on finding local stories of global interest. Column 236
Heart of darkness: Margot Adler, NF '82, ponders the connections among vampires, Wall Street, and moral complicity. 414
In praise of digital: an excerpt from the new edition of "The Elements of Journalism". Book review 1232
Introducing the 77th class of Nieman fellows. 1027
Missing the story: what Nigeria's kidnapping crisis says about awareness versus understanding. Lipinski, Ann Marie Correction notice 866
Mosaics and marginalia: in search of a narrative arc, from the Caucasus to Cairo. Steavenson, Wendell Column 792
Nieman notes. 3213
Questions of care. 464
Quiet human moments amidst great strife Photographs by Anja Niedringhans, NF '07, killed in Afghanistan while covering election preparations. Carroll, Kathleen Column 561
Rewrite: how journalism schools are trying to connect classrooms to newsrooms: the sweet spot for innovation is the convergence point where technology is viewed as a way. Marcus, Jon 4520
Talk to the hand: public health reporters say federal agencies are restricting access and information, limiting their ability to cover crucial health issues. Bergal, Jenni 2147
The core of story: how comics can enhance reader engagement and bring new audiences to narrative nonfiction. Polgreen, Erin Column 877
The joy of scrolling: BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith on the challenge of competing with every other piece of content on the Web. Excerpt 1540
The mobile majority: smartphones present the next big challenge: engaging mobile users. Benton, Joshua Column 1112

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