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Headlines for Vol. 29, No. 2

The second issue of volume 29 was delivered in June. Here are the headlines from Spring 2008:

  • "Official Sources Dominate Domestic Violence Reporting,"
    by Cathy Ferrand Bullock

  • "How Online Journalists Rank Importance of News Skills,"
    by Shahira Fahmy

  • "Survey Measures Burnout In Newspaper Sports Editors,"
    by Scott Reindary

  • "Suicide Story Frames Contribute to Stigma,"
    by Valica Boudry

  • "Tribune-Review Revives Competition in Pittsburgh,"
    by Linda Steiner and Nora Bird

  • "Comparison of Demographics For Media in 1995, 2006,"
    by Guido H. Stempel III and Thomas Hargrove

  • "Study Asks If Reporters' Gender or Audience Predict for Paper's Cancer Coverage,"
    by Maria E. Len-Rios, Sun-A Park, Glen T. Cameron, Douglas L. Duke and Matt Kreuter
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Headlines for Vol. 29, No1

With the new year comes a new volume of NRJ. The first issue of volume 28 was delivered in March. Here are the headlines from winter 2008

  • "Black Newspapers in 1968 Offer Panthers Little Support,"
    by Brian Thornton and William P. Cassidy

  • "Study of City Editors Raises Concern of Job Satisfaction,"
    by Charles St. Cyr

  • "Okinawans' Voices Heard In Rape Crisis Coverage,"
    by Beverly Horvit

  • "Mad Cow Coverage More Positive in Midwest Papers,"
    by Michel M. Haigh, Michael Bruce and Elizabeth Craig

  • "Reporters See Indifference On Genetically Modified Food,"
    by Linda Steiner and Nora Bird

  • "U of Florida Students Prefer Campus Paper to Free Daily,"
    by Steve J. Collins and Cory L. Armstrong

  • "Justices Treat Newspapers Differently in Oral Arguments,"
    by Edward L. Carter and James C. Phillips