Category Archives: Research

Participatory Journalism abstracts for 2014 AEJMC Conference

From AEJMC’s list of abstracts Clarifying Journalism’s Quantitative Turn: A Typology for Evaluating Data Journalism, Computational Journalism, and Computer-Assisted Reporting • Mark Coddington, University of Texas at Austin • As quantitative forms have become more prevalent in professional journalism, it … Continue reading

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Burt’s op-ed: ‘Time for news with a view’

The Virginian-Pilot today published the following op-ed by longtime CCJIG leader Burt St. John of Old Dominion. Jon Stewart, in an offhand moment during a recent interview with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, remarked sarcastically, “I follow the polls, nothing else; … Continue reading

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Our Spring 2012 newsletter is now online

Our Spring 2012 newsletter, edited by Liz Viall, is available for download. Featured articles include: ‘Survey follow-up: Members will vote on two names,’ by Kirsten Johnson, page 1 ‘2012 call for papers,’ page 1 ‘Civic/citizen/public journalism: Evolution differs in Russia, Norway,’ … Continue reading

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New book is guide to ‘Overcoming Bias’

Sue Ellen Christian, teaching chair for CCJIG, has a new book, “Overcoming Bias: A Journalist’s Guide to Culture and Context.” The book is for journalists, journalism educators, media ethicists and those interested in diversity reporting. It aims to help journalists … Continue reading

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