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Professor Dunham’s Ten Commandments for journalism ethics in a multimedia world

Journalism ethics are universal. But some ethical issues take on an added dimension on multimedia platforms.

After spending nearly two decades in digital journalism — writing an online column for BusinessWeek, creating two blogs and teaching multimedia journalism — I have boiled down my advice for my Tsinghua University Global Business Journalism students to ten commandments. 757 more words

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Stereotypes of Women Characters in Crime Fiction

“Women In Crime Novels: ‘Terrible Cliches’” Interview by Neal Conan. Talk of the Nation. National Public Radio. 800-989-8255, Culver City, California, 22 Apr. 2010. Radio. Transcript. 119 more words

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Human Nature vs. Financial Smarts

Uncle Sam Encouraging Schoolchildren to Invest in War Savings Stamps, 1917

Image Source: Library of Congress, LC-USZC4-960

I always enjoy listening to Chris Arnold on National Public Radio.  132 more words

Perché gli italiani non leggono più? Una risposta americana

Perché gli italiani non leggono più? Che cosa è successo al nostro cervello? Un’indagine americana svela perché, in un’epoca in cui le informazioni sono facilmente disponibili, gli italiani non si impegnano più a comprendere la parola scritta. 194 more words

Cultura Di Massa

"The Forgotten Dialect of the Heart" by Jack Gilbert

As I’m currently working a temp job that requires hours of data entry, I have discovered the joy of downloading and listening to NPR programming while I work. 377 more words


A Moveable Race

CWW alumna Lacar Musgrove’s essay about the excitement of a 19th-century New Orleans bicycle race was recently featured on Storyville, a joint project of the CWW and WWNO national public radio. 76 more words