Headlines for Vol. 32 No. 3 - Summer 2011
This issue's contents focus, at least in part, on online publishing or new technology. Here are the headlines for Summer 2011:
- "Specialization Still Favored In Most Newspaper Jobs"
by John Russial and Arthur Santana
- "Health Care Reform Coverage Improves in 2009-10 over Clinton Era"
by Steve Adams and Raluca Cozma
- "Newspaper Training Program Shows Gains in Social Media"
by Kathleen A. Hansen, Nora Paul, Ruth DeFoster and Jennifer E. Moore
- "Readers' Mood Affects News Information Processing"
by Bu Zhong
- "Online Readers' Comments Represent News Opinion Pipeline"
by Arthur D. Santana
- "Digital Photo Archives Lose Value As Record of Community History"
by Keith Greenwood
- "Online Readers Geographically More Dispersed Than Print Readers"
by Hsiang Iris Chyi
- "Study Shows Some Blogs Affect Traditional News Media Agendas"
by Marcus Messner and Bruce Garrison
- Research-in Brief: "Most Newsrooms Control Content, Production of Their Websites" by Susan M. Keith and Leslie-Jean Thornton
- Book Review of Bill Kovach's and Tom Rosentiel's Blur: How to Know What's True in the Age of Information Overload (New York: Bloomsbury, 2010) 227 pages, (hardback $26)
by Mary Jane Pardue
- Book Review of Jon Marshall's Watergate's Legacy and the Press: The Investigative Impulse (Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 2011) 313 pages, (paperback $24.95)
by Steve Hallock