Recent articles available online

Why Do We Make Voting So Difficult? (USA Today, November 8, 2012)

We Are Changing Faster Than Polls Keep Up (USA Today, October 24, 2012)

Computers Could Steal This Election  (USA Today, August 26, 2012)

Even in Congress, Plain Talk Is Not Dumbing Down (USA Today, May 30, 2012)

Income Inequality Does Matter (USA Today, March 27, 2012)

Riot Theory is Relative (The Guardian, December 9, 2011)

Precision Journalism and Narrative Journalism: Toward a Unified Field Theory (Nieman Reports, Fall 2011)

Have Newspapers Forgotten the Little Guy? (USA Today, June 8, 2011)

In Pulitzers, Journalism’s Evolution is Taking Shape (USA Today, April 28, 2011)

Today’s Journalists Need Not Hide Their Politics (USA Today, September 21, 2010)

Maybe We’re the Problem (USA Today, March 17, 2010)

Some Patterns in the Chaos (Cato Unbound, July 15, 2009)

Raising the Ante Again (Nieman Watchdog, March 28, 2008)

The Elite Newspaper of the Future (American Journalism Review, October/November 2008)

Giving Objectivity a Bad Name (Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media, October 1, 2007)

Saving Journalism: How to Nurse the Good Stuff Until It Pays (Columbia Journalism Review, November/December 2004)

Learning to Love Lower Profits (American Journalism Review, December 1995)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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