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The Pandemic Is Real, not so the Reporting: "The barrage of information during this public health crisis--regarded by the World Health Organization as an infodemic--spans beyond the rogue one-off websites with fake news stories, manipulated media, and videos propagating conspiracy claims.". Salahi, Lara Nov 1, 2020 1503
WHY WE MUST HAVE A JEWISH FOURTH ESTATE. Breger, Sarah Nov 1, 2020 981
LET "OTHERS" TELL THE STORY: "The only way we can report the 'truth' is by allowing people to share their stories". Dilday, Erika Sep 22, 2020 2798
Responsible Journalism: The Critical Role that Media Plays in Covering COVID-19. Jul 17, 2020 690
The debate about debate. Schlumpf, Heidi Jun 26, 2020 887
Media Coverage of Visual arts from 1990 until 1995--on the Example of the City of Zadar in the Republic of Croatia. Kalajzic, Vesna Oct 1, 2019 5395
An Alternative Chronicle of Natural Disaster: Social Justice Journalism in Taiwan. Su, Chiaoning Jul 1, 2019 8588
Rebuilding a Social Contract: The Role of Media and Academia in shaping a new narrative in Pakistan. Agnieszka Kuszewska Jun 30, 2019 6002
Neighborhood in all of us: Author Carlo Rotella on writing a journalistic memoir from the south side of Chicago. Scott, Marin Jun 22, 2019 1466
'Nobody can be a social justice warrior on an empty stomach'. May 4, 2019 813
WHERE DOES JOURNALISM END AND ACTIVISM BEGIN? This polarized political moment raises fresh questions in newsrooms about the line reporting and advocacy. Blanding, Michael Jan 1, 2019 6102
WOMEN OF COLOR AND HEALTH: ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS. Cross, June; Weeks, Nia Discussion Jun 22, 2018 7775
Media Exposure, Perceived Efficacy, and Protective Behaviors in a Public Health Emergency. Li, Xigen Case study Jun 1, 2018 9070
Rough Cuts / One responsible corporate citizen. May 29, 2018 848
PDI's H'wood columnist honored by pro-diversity group. May 17, 2018 255
Civil society demands protection of fundamental rights. Apr 21, 2018 991
Unnoteworthy News: Fake news, once dubbed "yellow journalism," is as old as news itself, but nowadays, with the slant given by major media to most reporting, major media have themselves to blame. Murphy, James Feb 19, 2018 2241
Governed Vs. Governors. Moritz, Gwen Editorial Jan 29, 2018 793
Environmental Orientations and News Coverage: Examining the Impact of Individual Differences and Narrative News. Shen, Fuyuan; Ahern, Lee; Han, Jiangxue "Ashley" Report Oct 1, 2017 5577
Between facts and norms: Journalism and global ethics. Kim, Yoonhye Jun 22, 2017 4212
Newspapers still a strong thread in fabric of freedom. Kohler, Katie Reprint Jun 1, 2017 752
Journalistic autonomy as a professional value and element of journalism culture: The European perspective. Lauk, Epp; Harro-Loit, Halliki Essay May 1, 2017 8205
The effects of generational identification accessibility and normative fit on hostile media perception. Kim, Jisu; Park, Sung-Yeon Report May 1, 2017 8802
A different lens: why we need more visual journalists and editors of color. Pixley, Tara Mar 22, 2017 3419
Fake it 'til you make it. Ojala, Marydee Editorial Jan 1, 2017 517
Looking for "whitelash": newsrooms need to see the connection between journalism, white anger, and the politics of racial resentment. Thomas, Wendi C. Column Sep 22, 2016 588
Collaborative media partnerships can help rebuild local and regional journalism: restoring credibility for journalism must include rebuilding the capacity for journalists to work within the communities they cover. Young, Jeff Sep 22, 2016 316
Journalists need to better explain what journalists do ... including me: if journalists don't inform the public about what we do and why, we're ceding the debate to those looking to vilify and delegitimize the press at a dangerous moment in history. Calderone, Michael Sep 22, 2016 892
Access, accountability reporting and Silicon Valley: with the lines between media firms and tech firms blurring, coverage of the tech sector presents one of the most profound accountability challenges in modern journalism. Lafrance, Adrienne Essay Sep 22, 2016 5140
The Gambia: where silence is golden! Gambian journalist Abdoulie Sey gives a bird's-eye view of his country's enforced culture of silence. Sey, Abdoulie Mar 1, 2016 2404
Building Voices: Teens Connect to Their Communities Through Youth Journalism Websites. Neely, Jeffrey C. Jun 1, 2015 8889
Risky, important conversations: on issues of race and reporting, soul-searching by journalists is imperative. Lipinski, Ann Marie Mar 22, 2015 686
Making black lives matter: can a black beat help change the portrayal of African-Americans? Richardson, Susan Smith Mar 22, 2015 2241
Comparative analysis between the social skills students of journalism and of speech pathology/Analise comparativa entre as habilidades sociais dos estudantes de jornalismo e de fonoaudiologia. Teles, Lidia Cristina da Silva; Fernandes, Nayara Freitas; Romero, Carla Dellela; Abramides, Dagma V Mar 1, 2015 2983
Blend old-time reporting with the digital kind: perhaps the best way to cover a story today is to walk the beat, with one eye on the Internet. Gallagher, Tim Sep 1, 2014 781
Defending whose democracy? Fenton, Natalie Jul 1, 2014 7571
Socializing journalist trainees in the newsroom: on how to capture the intangible parts of the process. Gravengaard, Gitte; Rimestad, Lene Jul 1, 2014 7022
Migration between politics, journalism and PR: new conditions for power, citizenship and democracy? Palm, Goran; Sandstrom, Hakan Jul 1, 2014 6255
One journalist's crusade to save Central African Republic. Duodu, Cameron Viewpoint essay Apr 1, 2014 1680
New nordic journalism research. Allern, Sigurd; Bodker, Henrik; Eide, Martin; Lauk, Epp; Pollack, Ester Report Dec 1, 2013 1700
Charting a theoretical framework for examining indigenous journalism culture. Hanusch, Folker Essay Nov 1, 2013 5609
'Good newspapering.'. Editorial Aug 16, 2013 529
The future of journalism and citizenship. Caldwell, Christopher Essay Jul 1, 2013 7168
Writer. Brief article May 1, 2013 116
Media as insurgent art: burying Hugo Chavez. Webb, Chris May 1, 2013 810
Journalism ethics in a global communication era: the framing journalism perspective. Davis, Dennis K.; Kent, Kurt Essay Apr 1, 2013 8678
Bleak or better than ever? What's the true state of journalism in the United States? Rieder, Rem Essay Mar 22, 2013 823
'Accuracy, errors & the craft of verification'. Kennedy, Shirley Duglin Industry overview Feb 1, 2013 1158
Step by step: journalist embarks on 7-year walk. Yang, Nu Feb 1, 2013 548
Moulding industry's image: journalism education's impact on students' professional views. Hanusch, Folker Report Feb 1, 2013 6227
What scholars can learn from the crisis of journalism. Mancini, Paolo Jan 15, 2013 4917
It can't happen here: why is there so little coverage of Americans who are struggling with poverty? Froomkin, Dan Essay Jan 1, 2013 2031
Bolivia by bus: How Raul Penaranda, NF '08, and his daily newspaper went off the map to rediscover their own country. Penaranda, Raul Essay Jan 1, 2013 382
Just make sure you don't call it the Persian Gulf! There are quite a few things that are simply not mentioned in the pages of the National, a government-owned English-language daily in the United Arab Emirates. a veteran U.S. newspaper editor reflects on his adventures on the paper's foreign desk. O'Hara, Tom Dec 22, 2012 2175
Mistaken nation: with the relentless pressure to move quickly in the era of the Twitter-fueled 24/7 news cycle, it's probably not surprising that there are so many high-profile journalism errors. All the more reason to double-and triplecheck before pulling the trigger. Farhi, Paul Dec 22, 2012 3550
The future of journalism: networked journalism. Van Der Haak, Bregtje; Parks, Michael; Castells, Manuel Essay Nov 30, 2012 7113
Thinking beyond the box. Luyendijk, Joris Essay Nov 30, 2012 1739
A few notes on networked journalism. Lovink, Geert Viewpoint essay Nov 30, 2012 444
Churchill, the Queen and the Press Club. Jones, Sheilla Sep 22, 2012 1712
Cool things in the collection: "signing in"--the Press Club guest books. Moir, Garry Sep 22, 2012 676
A glimpse of sunshine in big sky country: as Myanmar begins to thaw, a group of journalists from that long-isolated country get a taste of a free press during a training program in Montana. Coates, Karen J. Sep 22, 2012 1817
Rising to the challenge. Lipinski, Ann Marie Sep 22, 2012 572
Beer & Skits and the Winnipeg Press Club: a marriage made in a smoky room. Edmonds, Scott Sep 22, 2012 2814
Winnipeg women journalists have always led the way. Muir, Shirley; Mitchell, Penni Sep 22, 2012 1050
The Walrus and the journalist. Burns, James A. Sep 22, 2012 1613
Continuity and transformation in convergent news: the case of WikiLeaks. Meikle, Graham Essay Aug 1, 2012 4757
What is 'network journalism'? Heinrich, Ansgard Essay Aug 1, 2012 4683
Inundated by the audience: journalism, audience participatiun and the 2011 Brisbane flood. Carah, Nicholas; Louw, Eric Essay Aug 1, 2012 5216
Australian journalism studies after 'journalism': breaking down the disciplinary boundaries (for good). Harrington, Stephen Essay Aug 1, 2012 3782
Users as participants in the process of making journalism: the enhanced communicative power of networked individuals. Lazaroiu, George Report Jul 1, 2012 2557
Doubting Amina: the biggest hoax of 2011 fooled activists and journalists alike. One writer and free speech advocate explains why so many wanted to believe in the 'Gay Girl in Damascus.'. York, Jillian Cover story Jun 22, 2012 870
'60 Minutes' vs. Israel On Palestinian Christians. Tracy, Marc Apr 23, 2012 737
Understanding the changing Chinese media: through the lens of crises. Yang, Aimei Apr 1, 2012 8495
Ethical traveler: ten best ethical destinations. Greenwald, Jeff; Hoover, Christy; Lefevre, Natalie Mar 22, 2012 1167
The jukebox in my mind: the playlist in East Africa is full of surprises. Thompkins, Gwen Essay Mar 22, 2012 1412
All the poop that's news. Sullum, Jacob Brief article Feb 15, 2012 166
The revolutionary force of Facebook and Twitter. York, Jillian C. Sep 22, 2011 1184
Consensus-building journalism: an immodest proposal. Parrella, Gilda C. Essay Sep 22, 2011 1264
Israel and the media: sense and nonsense. Green, Aryeh Sep 22, 2011 2010
When community and journalism converge: '... I am bypassing the predictable, often sensational headlines to explore the profound ways that digital storytelling can be a force for political mediation.'. Cizek, Katerina Essay Jun 22, 2011 1788
Engaging communities: content and conversation: 'editors ought to require that story pitches and budget lines include an engagement component, reflecting community conversation, collaboration and outreach.'. Mayer, Joy Viewpoint essay Jun 22, 2011 1443
A community watches a story unfold: 'it was risky to reveal parts of the story as it unfolded because in 30 years in this business I have seen projects hit dead ends.'. Sylvester, Ron Jun 22, 2011 1561
Finding information pathways to community inclusion: 'I yearned for grass-roots assessments of every community's information ecology and widespread advocacy for stronger, more democratic media.'. Shane, Peter M. Viewpoint essay Jun 22, 2011 1495
Journalism of value = context for communities: the approach the Chicago News Cooperative is 'trying to use journalism to create communities organized around an interest in the news.'. O'Shea, James Jun 22, 2011 1647
Reporting pushes past language and ethnic divides: '... Alhambra source has revealed significant lessons about the power of journalism to build community in diverse and underserved areas.'. Gerson, Daniela Jun 22, 2011 1570
Media literacy: learning principles. Hobbs, Renee Jun 22, 2011 409
Strategic review/Strategiese Oorsig, ISSN 1013-1108. Brief article May 1, 2011 187
Stereotypes, migrants and the media: an analysis of the Romanian press on migration. Georgescu, Catalina Maria Report Jan 1, 2011 3792
The capriciousness of beats. Galbraith, Kate Dec 22, 2010 1086
It's scary out there in reporting land. Johnston, David Cay Dec 22, 2010 839
Statehouse beat woes portend bad news for good government. Gibbons, Gene Dec 22, 2010 1470
Geographic fortunes--and misfortunes--define this new Midwest beat. Maynard, Micheline Dec 22, 2010 1469
The attention deficit: plenty of content, yet an absence of interest. Zuckerman, Ethan Sep 22, 2010 451
Chasing Haiti. Bracken, Amy Essay Sep 22, 2010 1881
Into Africa--with a newspaper in Iowa: with International Reporting Project support, 'my story reminded Iowans that it's not just the large coastal papers that bring them news from abroad'. Beeman, Perry Sep 22, 2010 1397
Trust and perception: powerful factors in assessing news about war: how the public responded to news reporting about the surge in Iraq was more about what the audience brought with them than what they took away. Baum, Matthew A. Sep 22, 2010 1537
Traffic problems: how the drive to attract massive numbers of visitors to their Web sites (and the advertisers that might follow them) is having a profound effect on news judgment at traditional news organizations. Farhi, Paul Sep 22, 2010 3174
The world-changing potential of crowdsourced journalism in a corporate-dominated mass-communications environment. Lazaroiu, George Report Jul 1, 2010 2599
A Pulitzer won with blood. Excerpt May 1, 2010 626
Digital stories are being chosen and consumed a la dim sum: in the absence of a front page--or even a home page, will readers confront a crisis of context? Or will convenience and a self-confidence in judgment triumph? Weldon, Michele Mar 22, 2010 2159
Sexual health education in Newfoundland and Labrador schools: junior high school teachers' experiences, coverage of topics, comfort levels and views about professional practice. Ninomiya, Melody Morton Report Mar 22, 2010 7073
African centered leadership-followership: foundational principles, precepts, and essential practices. Hotep, Uhura Mar 15, 2010 5298
Coverage of climate change found lacking. Brief article Mar 1, 2010 200
At a loss for words. Tabscott, Robert W. Nov 1, 2009 553
Chinese nationalism in an unequal cyber war. Li, Mingsheng Report Oct 1, 2009 12426
Let's talk: journalism and social media. Ludtke, Melissa Sep 22, 2009 449
The 21st century journalist's creed: a former newspaper editor urges journalists to 'let go of the sense that we have control and recognize how much better public service journalism can be when we accept the public as true partners.'. Fancher, Michael R. Viewpoint essay Sep 22, 2009 1353
The public and journalists: they disagree on core values. Thorson, Esther; Fancher, Michael R. Viewpoint essay Sep 22, 2009 862
Media users, media creators: principles of active engagement: in transforming 'ourselves from passive consumers of media into active users ... we'll have to instill throughout our society principles that add up to critical thinking and honorable behavior.'. Gillmor, Dan Viewpoint essay Sep 22, 2009 1528
Blogging communities spurred to action: 'coverage of civil rights and social justice issues could be made the core of a digital news organization, national or global in scope.'. Witt, Leonard Viewpoint essay Sep 22, 2009 1192
What really happened in Gaza? Gilfix, David J. Sep 22, 2009 5716
SPECIAL REPORT: Are Media Blackouts Proper When Reporters Are Kidnapped in War Zones? Strupp, Joe Sep 9, 2009 1400
'E&P' Asked Not to Report on 'NYT' Reporter's Kidnapping -- Media and Wikipedia Blackout. Mitchell, Greg Sep 9, 2009 418
Two Bangladesh Papers Fall for 'Onion' Moon Landing Story. Brief article Sep 8, 2009 310
Journalism as pop culture "how we got there". Salamon, George Critical essay Sep 1, 2009 892
The price of truth: sure, information wants to be free. Alas, it's not. Bauerlein, Monika; Jeffery, Clara Sep 1, 2009 885
Social Realism. Strupp, Joe Aug 1, 2009 3624
Mastering multimedia: it's not enough to post some text and then simply throw some video into the mix. To keep readers' attention and enhance the audience's understanding, it's critical that each ingredient in a rich multimedia stew is placed precisely where it makes the most sense. Yaros, Ronald A. Aug 1, 2009 1919
The Cultural Strengths of Latino Families: Firm Scaffolds for Children and Youth. New Journalism on Latino Children. Aug 1, 2009 282
Exposure beats hatemongering. Davis, Charles Jul 1, 2009 1238
Stop the presses: they're not shouting that anymore even in the movies. Salamon, George Jul 1, 2009 1053
Students staff non-profit paper. Stein, Bernard L. Jun 22, 2009 886
Journalism in a semi-despotic society: 'censorship, low payment, and the high risk of arrest for any journalist who dares to take an investigative step, among other reasons such as lack of individual liberty, have pushed Iranian journalists to the virtual world of the Internet.'. Jun 22, 2009 1268
When eyes get averted: the consequences of misplaced reporting: 'poor reporting from and about Iran has kept the West in the dark. In this lightlessness, Iranians are rendered as ghosts.'. Hakakian, Roya Jun 22, 2009 1392
OSCE Centre supports investigative journalism in southernmost Kyrgyzstan. Jun 1, 2009 187
Pity Mr Mreku: what goes on under the neem tree? Story-telling and banter! But you cannot sit under a neem tree and tell stories without provoking others to tell their own stories. That is the whole purpose of gathering under the tree. But don't tell one Mr Mireku of London. Duodu, Cameron Essay Jun 1, 2009 1546
Disappearing act: a declining statehouse press corps leaves readers less informed about lawmakers' efforts. Smith, Edward May 1, 2009 3214
Journalists and Educators Hail, and Hit, 'E&P' J-School Column. Mitchell, Greg Apr 9, 2009 1252
GOING LOCAL. Strupp, Joe Apr 1, 2009 2378
Perceptional differences of international news: Western media influence on non-Western media. Turan, Aykut Hamit; Colakoglu, Selcuk; Colakoglu, Bengu Emine Report Apr 1, 2009 6855
Bullish on journalism: a young reporter is excited, not discouraged, about the future of his profession. He urges his contemporaries to feel the same way. Rector, Kevin Apr 1, 2009 1179
A rule of journalism: don't assume. Pollack, Joe Mar 1, 2009 815
Shaking the Trees: The Psychology of Collecting in U.S. Newspaper Coverage of the College Admissions Process. Bishop, Ronald Report Jan 1, 2009 226
Engaging the public in asking why we do what we do. San Martin, Nancy Dec 22, 2008 1631
Negative media stories hurt McCain. Jones, Terry Dec 1, 2008 678
Conveying presidential news: the White House press corps covers the president. Kumar, Martha Joynt Essay Dec 1, 2008 10338
Lessons learned the hard way: questioning presidents. Simendinger, Alexis Essay Dec 1, 2008 3139
The spin we love to hate: do we really want news without a point of view? Beato, Greg Column Dec 1, 2008 1362
Endangered species: many newspapers are laying off the reporters who monitor the federal government from a local angle. The cost could be steep. Dorroh, Jennifer Dec 1, 2008 4979
Off the bus: far fewer news reporters hit the campaign trail with the presidential candidates for long stretches of time this year. Is that necessarily a bad thing? Farhi, Paul Dec 1, 2008 3366
Can Young Journalists Cope With An Uncertain Future? Carberry, Maegen Oct 23, 2008 1391
How Workers' Comp Executive saved consumers in California $500 million. Oct 8, 2008 478
Making change while retaining our core mission: curators have expanded the program through the years 'to confront the challenges brought about by societal and technological changes that affect journalism.'. Giles, Bob Sep 22, 2008 826
21st century muckrakers: staying local, digging deep. Sep 22, 2008 490
Joining forces to produce public service journalism: 'by using a model like this one, we can more effectively use our staff to do investigative journalism that holds government institutions accountable.'. Ledford, David Sep 22, 2008 1571
Zimbabwe: telling the story, reporting the news: 'the finer points of journalism have, regrettably, had to be compromised in the desperate battle for access to information. This is guerrilla journalism....'. Mbanga, Wilf Sep 22, 2008 1619
The hedonist of power. Hedges, Chris Sep 22, 2008 883
Politico animal: a year and a half after launch, Politico lives up to the hype. McPherson, Lindsey Aug 1, 2008 788
Disconnected; As embattled news organizations try to safeguard their futures with intensely local coverage, there's often a wide gulf between journalists and the communities they cover. Bunch, Will Aug 1, 2008 5097
Politics and the new media. Jun 22, 2008 500
Trivial pursuit: it happens too often in political coverage. Hayes, Christopher Jun 22, 2008 1785
Unfortunate contrast. Pollack, Joe Brief article Jun 1, 2008 143
No hall of fame for them. Al Delugach & Denny Walsh won the Pulitzer in 1969. Their reward: one-way tickets out of town. Stelzer, C.D. Jun 1, 2008 1738
A visit to review press' freedom in Cuba: Cuban journalists admit some self-censorship. Phillips, Peter Jun 1, 2008 725
Oprah Gave a Shove, Now 'Pay it Forward'. Fitzgerald, Mark May 5, 2008 557
Fort Worth Pro hosts media careers discussion. Brief article May 1, 2008 130
Should Africa be grateful for colonialism? A British-born South African columnist, David Bullard, thinks Africa should be grateful for colonialism. But his black editor is fed up with his bile and has fired him, creating another race controversy in South Africa, reports Pusch Commey from Johannesburg. Commey, Pusch May 1, 2008 1727
D.C. Confab Parties On: From Newseum to 'Secret Agent Man'. Strupp, Joe Apr 15, 2008 978
Hamas has hand in puppet tale. Jaafar, Ali Brief article Apr 7, 2008 205
Political crisis splinters local coverage: channels with rival allegiances find access and revenues blocked as current events spill over into programming. Jaafar, Ali Apr 7, 2008 780
Net wrestles for gulf hold: exec builds formidable rep for Dubai station. Jaafar, Ali Apr 7, 2008 757
Taking issue with AJR's Jena 6 story. Letter to the editor Apr 1, 2008 1257
Adherence to ethics key to restoring faith. Brewer, Clint Apr 1, 2008 760
Profiles in persistence: sticking with a story pays big dividends for writers. Marshall, Jon Apr 1, 2008 810
Thinking differently can bring great stories. Hallman, Tom, Jr. Apr 1, 2008 912
Journalists in Paraguay have tough road ahead. Swaffield, Bruce C. Apr 1, 2008 826
The case for vibrant, engaged editorial pages. Adam, G. Stuart Mar 22, 2008 742
The writer and the quest for democratic governance in Nigeria: transcending post-independence disillusionment. Olowonmi, Adekunle Essay Mar 15, 2008 4500
Press Club not so press-friendly. Frohlichstein, Tripp Jan 1, 2008 2034
Social networking sites: the pros & cons of trolling the internet for sources. Brooks, Khristopher J. Jan 1, 2008 1237
Empower readers, viewers with FOI advice. Lee, Jim Jan 1, 2008 730
Avoid 'tin-ear' prose: awkwardness in sound or sense offends the ear. LaRocque, Paula Jan 1, 2008 735
Bathroom hijinks and the editorial page: besieged senator's attacks puts editor on national TV. Richert, Kevin Dec 22, 2007 809
Newspapers' niche: 'dig deeply into local matters': '... the purpose of local reporting is to cover what others can't, won't or haven't.'. Blackledge, Brett J. Dec 22, 2007 1669
Blending voice and reporting: '... stories conveyed a definite point of view, and the voice we used shared our perspective throughout their telling.'. Doherty, John; Logan, Tim Dec 22, 2007 1651
Showing China--with a local thread. Hawes, Alan Dec 22, 2007 923
A front page dominated by local news: changes in how the Times Union's newsroom functions drive the paper's push of breaking local news to the Web, with more analysis on its printed pages. Smith, Rex Dec 22, 2007 1986
Matching ambition with assignment: a newspaper editor reassesses how to tell stories and who will tell them as pressures to go local intensify. Tarrant, Carole Dec 22, 2007 1592
Stories about me: 'being local these days is not just being a one-way flow of information.'. Ostendorf, Bill Dec 22, 2007 2172
Going hyperlocal at the Chicago Tribune: is 'designed to give readers the depth and breadth of news and information that their local newspapers don't deliver.'. Leonard, Kyle Dec 22, 2007 1636
When community residents commit 'random acts of journalism': 'in communities with little news coverage, people are using the Web to restore a sense of place.'. Schaffer, Jan Dec 22, 2007 1925
Journalism: its intersection with hyperlocal web sites: these sites 'provide a depth of coverage of microscopic issues and events that thinly stretched traditional newsrooms simply can't get to.'. Potts, Mark Dec 22, 2007 1368
Iraqi reporters run risks to cover women's angle. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 289
Frontline dispatches: Martin Bell, famous for his BBC reports from the war in Bosnia in the 1990s, celebrates the life and work of the man whom modern war reporters admire the most, The Times' man in the Crimea, W.H. Russell. Bell, Martin Nov 1, 2007 1270
Lying to get the truth: a powerful article in Harper's about lobbying in Washington reignites a long-standing debate over the ethics of undercover journalism. Lisheron, Mark Oct 1, 2007 4611
Plowing new ground in journalism education: 'this should not be a discussion of how to graft the latest onto the existing.'. Giles, Bob Excerpt Sep 22, 2007 810
Katrina's aftermath. Sep 22, 2007 1120
Keeping Katrina's aftermath alive: 'anyone who visits New Orleans knows the story is far from over.'. Burnett, John Sep 22, 2007 838
The long road to a wide bend: The Times-Picayune's 'focus has gradually shifted away from how the city will be rebuilt to how it is--now, in the present tense.'. Russell, Gordon Sep 22, 2007 2128
Katrina fatigue: listeners say they've heard enough: 'what we hear is not that it's time to stop our coverage of Katrina's aftermath: we hear that we need to do it better.'. Feeney, Susan Sep 22, 2007 1523
On-the-ground reporting: why it matters: '... sometimes editors--and not just reporters--need to walk in the steps of the people they cover.'. Szabo, Liz Sep 22, 2007 1328
Exposing extremism--no matter where it is found: what happens when journalists fail to separate what is evil in people from what is good in those who share their religious tradition? Lawrence, Bruce B. Jun 22, 2007 1911
Finding ways to bridge the Abyss of misunderstanding. Almaeena, Khaled Jun 22, 2007 1130
Three Arab advocacy groups protest ABC's hiring of Glenn Beck. Brief article Apr 1, 2007 106
Meet the new kids on the page. Carl, Katy Mar 1, 2007 512
Shield law debated by legislators. Malone, Roy Brief article Mar 1, 2007 136
Experts: students must prepare for future of citizen media: educational pioneers working to figure out journalism's future. Christian, Sue Ellen Aug 1, 2006 1936
Forcing the pulpit on the newsroom. Bishop, Ed Jun 1, 2006 538
Skulking to the right: Canadian papers hide a growing right-wing tilt under a froth of confections. Conlogue, Ray Essay May 1, 2006 2767
Ducking the question "Crimes Against Logic" by Jamie Whyte; McGraw Hill, 2004. Stoff, Rick Apr 1, 2006 858
Journalism educators must leap diversity hurdles. Lehrman, Sally Reprint Mar 1, 2006 1700
'Making the news:' the 2004 Athens Olympics and competing ideologies? Barnard, Sarah; Butler, Katie; Golding, Peter; Maguire, Joseph Essay Jan 1, 2006 9631
Citizens media: has it reached a tipping point? New media initiatives emerge when citizens feel 'shortchanged, bereft or angered by their available media choices.'. Schaffer, Jan Dec 22, 2005 1713
Teachers take a hit when the best and brightest bail out. Wilson, Margo Dec 1, 2004 894
Major "liberal" outlets clog media diets. Solomon, Norman Jul 1, 2004 1096
Newspaper quality, Pulitzer Prizes, and newspaper circulation. Logan, Brian; Sutter, Daniel Jun 1, 2004 6028
Revisiting reviewing: the need for a debate on the role of arts journalism in South Africa. Wasserman, Herman Apr 1, 2004 7435
How does the victim get to be the goat? There's a place in ethical reporting for human decency. LaRocque, Paula Apr 1, 2004 941
Powerful words: how words helped mend a broken heart. Dec 1, 2003 294
Lehrman wins Wells Key: top SPJ honor goes to diversity chair. Terrell, Blythe Nov 1, 2003 580
The more you watch, the less you know. Absher, Frank Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 173
Too young to read? A twentysomething journalist is underwhelmed by the efforts of newspapers to attract that coveted and elusive 18-to-34 demographic. Smolkin, Rachel Oct 1, 2003 886
Does the Net counter consolidation? How the Web may or may not live up to the FCC's "diversity of choice" claim. Palser, Barb Aug 1, 2003 798
Lessons in diversity: educators seek to make diversity in newsrooms and coverage a reality. Mohl, Jeffrey D. Editorial Aug 1, 2003 794
Diversity also important for campus media: instilling inclusive values early helps prepare journalists for the real world. Wickham, Kathleen Woodruff Aug 1, 2003 1344
Service in retrospect. (Publice Service). Slade, David Jul 1, 2003 407
Ethics week brought plenty of ethics discussion: Unfortunately, most of it wasn't part of the original plan. (Weighing the Impacts). Brown, Fred Jul 1, 2003 904
We're shocked, shocked! Cockburn, Alexander Editorial Jun 23, 2003 978
New country, new journalists. Clarkson, Adrienne Jun 22, 2003 2367
A newshounds' Utopia. (Press & Media). Mar 22, 2003 355
Take 2. (Free Press). Rosen, Jill Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 158
Finding diversity in small towns: sometimes it takes effort to leave the comfort zone. (Varying the Voice). Timbs, Larry Feb 1, 2003 1039
They've got game. (Free Press: Tabloid Fallout). Correa, Carla Jan 1, 2003 454
The vital role of the press in a time of national crisis: `watchdog journalism begins with a state of mind: accepting responsibility as a surrogate for the public.' (Watchdog). Giles, Bob Dec 22, 2002 2980
Not so funny: Several major newspapers are leaving their editorial cartoonist positions vacant. Are these civic needlers an endangered species? Pompilio, Natalie Oct 1, 2002 3786
Environmental consequences of our reliance on the printed word: waste and pollution are the result of the paper that fuels the timber industry. (Journalist's Trade). Hancox, Ralph Sep 22, 2002 2175
Ethics Corner. Wolper, Allan Brief Article Aug 12, 2002 825
10 That Do It RIGHT - Wisconsin State Journal. Fitzgerald, Mark Brief Article May 20, 2002 366
Stalking the slooflirpa. (TIS the Season). Rosen, Jill Apr 1, 2002 1289
Words of wisdom. (Free Press). Flynn, Adrianne Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 646
Russian journalists compare notes on covering women. Freeman, Barbara Brief Article Mar 22, 2002 479
"A little steam, a little sizzle and a little sleaze": English-language tabloids in the interwar period (1). Houston, Susan E. Mar 22, 2002 7558
Young lives, big stories: Crime, abuse and little context dominate coverage of children's lives. Shepard, Alicia C. Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2002 2876
Big Media, Bad News. Booker, Salih Brief Article Jan 7, 2002 510
The purity of their passion: teaching high-school students reminds this journalist why this profession is so important. (First Person). McCormick, Mark Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 783
Left in the lurch: the liberal-left press finds itself under siege and bitterly divided in the wake September 11 terrorist attacks. Easton, Nina J. Jan 1, 2002 3624
Of Men and Morals (Investigating Human Behavior). Resources for Courses in World History, World Literature, Journalism, Psychology (for High Schools and Community Colleges). Fulbright-Hayes Summer Seminars Abroad Program, 2002 (Hungary and Poland). Shuhgalter, A. Jan 1, 2002 192
Commentary in 'extras' and then some. (Sept11 How members responded). Willey, Keven Dec 22, 2001 2334
How many commentators can you identify? Klotzer, Charles L. Nov 1, 2001 2818
U.S., Hong Kong journalists find common ground: Satellite discussion of military coverage gave insight on both sides. (Covering the Globe). Kubiske, Dan Nov 1, 2001 1227
Rising to the Occasion. RIEDER, REM Oct 1, 2001 734
Good Taste and Bad Journalism. SALTZMAN, JOE Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 978
Newsrooms and barrooms. Corrigan, Don Sep 1, 2001 2249
How accurate is the '10 most censored stories' project? Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 302
Junk Journalism. BOEHLERT, ERIC Brief Article Aug 6, 2001 951
The Borderlands of Journalism. Lopez, Antonio Jun 22, 2001 1879
Observations on the Potential and Paradox of Latinos in Journalism. Suarez, Ray Jun 22, 2001 1234
Press Failure to Watchdog Can Have Devastating Consequences. Marder, Murrey Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 794
6 Journalism must provide a forum for public criticism and comment. Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 392
When the Public Speaks, Do Journalists Listen? Overholser, Geneva Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 841
7 Journalists must make the significant interesting and relevant. Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 513
Why Has Journalism Abandoned Its Observer's Role? Franklin, Jon Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 878
Journalists Engage Readers By Learning Who They Are. Sill, Melanie Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 835
Opening Windows Gives Readers Unexpected Images. Henderson, Angelo B. Critical Essay Mar 22, 2001 2062
Changing a Newsroom's Complexion. Bailey, Margaret Mar 22, 2001 1643
Our New Year's Resolution. Gray, James L. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 555
Interactivity--Via E-Mail--Is Just What Journalism Needs. Regan, Tom Brief Article Dec 22, 2000 838
MALE POWER ELITE. Brief Article Dec 1, 2000 807
Feeling The Heat. Soteropoulos, Jacqueline Dec 1, 2000 3383
Shoptalk. Newkirk, Pamela Brief Article Oct 16, 2000 759
Surviving Reality Television. RIEDER, REM Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 759
Big media target weekly newspapers. Corrigan, Don Oct 1, 2000 1286
Local media refuse to accept the liberal label. Bratkowski, Kathy Oct 1, 2000 1557
When reporting the news lands you in jail. Brown, Bruce Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 1839
Teaching civic journalism: Can students put the theories into practice? Whitehouse, Virginia; Clapp, Caitlin Aug 1, 2000 2438
Observational Reporting as Oral History: How Journalists Interpreted the Death and Destruction of Hurricane Audrey. Tisdale, John R. Jun 22, 2000 8781
Coverage of Media Mergers. Solomon, Norman Jun 22, 2000 1979
The Sound You Hear Is Silence. Mintz, Morton Jun 22, 2000 3657
D.C. SPJ chapter counters police advisory card. Brief Article May 1, 2000 245
HERE. Bishop, Ed Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 739
THERE. Klotzer, Charles L. Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 710
Hands-on reporting. Fitzgerald, Mark Brief Article Mar 27, 2000 123
A Contract with the Media. KUNKEL, THOMAS Jan 1, 2000 947
Newseum reaches 645,000 visitors in 1999. Jan 1, 2000 353
A New Agenda for Journalism. Fulton, Katherine Dec 22, 1999 3413
China Reporting Revisited ... THOMSON, JAMES C. JR. Brief Article Dec 22, 1999 544
Pulitzer Prize winner 'disses' civic journalism. Corrigan, Don Dec 1, 1999 2423
Freeman takes over morning show on KWMU. Grodsky, Dawn Dec 1, 1999 986
'It's just bad'. Sep 22, 1999 603
Cogito Ergo Sum. Hopkins, Cameron Brief Article Sep 1, 1999 321
Due process for Dr. Wen Ho Lee. Ko, Walter Jun 1, 1999 621
Surburban Journals had no-blacks-on-front-page policy. Bishop, Ed May 1, 1999 382
Imagine a newspaper: Post-Dispatch kills news analysis section in favor of public-journalism project. Corrigan, Don May 1, 1999 2450
Imagining the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Bishop, Ed Column May 1, 1999 851
Postmodern journalism. Bowman, James May 1, 1999 3731
The Macondo Times. Thomson, Adam May 1, 1999 1094
A Newspaper's Report Cards Offer Revealing Insights Into How Well Schools are Doing. Borowski, Neill A.; Langland, Connie Mar 22, 1999 1414
Clinton's legacy to journalism. Rieder, Rem Oct 1, 1998 873
Strike one, you're out. Robertson, Lori Oct 1, 1998 931
Food Lion vs. ABC: taking the fight to the classroom. Sharkey, Jacqueline Oct 1, 1998 1119
Finger-pointing in Los Angeles. Robertson, Lori Oct 1, 1998 1268
In Lord Thomson's realm. Prochnau, William Cover Story Oct 1, 1998 14327
Ripping and reading: a Rapid City rumble. Heyboer, Kelly Sep 1, 1998 821
A challenge to journalists: do we know enough to be credible? Jul 1, 1998 2543
Too much information. Wizda, Sharyn Jun 1, 1998 2718
The newspaper's responsibility. Watson, Aleta Cover Story Jun 1, 1998 5643
Celebrity journalism, the public and Princess Diana. Saltzman, Joe Brief Article Jan 1, 1998 1026
Sex, lies and other good news. Williams, Patricia J. Column Nov 17, 1997 1082
Their press and ours. Pollitt, Katha Column Nov 10, 1997 969

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