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Canadian Commission Studies Media Reporting on Mental Illness, Finds Media 'Stigmatizing'
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Canadian Commission Studies Media Reporting on Mental Illness, Finds Media 'Stigmatizing'
By: Sydney Smith
March 06, 2012 05:00 PM EST
Canada's Mental Health Commission studied print and broadcast news reports and found that "media coverage of mental illness in Canada is overwhelmingly negative," the Windsor Star reported. The commission...
STUDY: New America Foundation on Corrections in Media
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STUDY: New America Foundation on Corrections in Media
By: Sydney Smith
March 04, 2012 04:30 AM EST
The New America Foundation released its study "Misinformation and Fact-checking: Research Findings from Social Science," which examined "how people perceive the accuracy of information -- and how...
STUDY: "Media Images: How Much is Too Much?"
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STUDY: "Media Images: How Much is Too Much?"
By: Sydney Smith
February 26, 2012 05:00 PM EST
The European Journalism Centre highlighted a study on "how the Swiss media dealt with photo and video material in reporting" on the death of Muammar Gaddafi last year. The study was conducted by the University...
Should Campus newspapers delete Student Petty Crimes stories? A Case Study of Ten College Newspapers
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Special Investigation : Police Blotters
Should Campus newspapers delete Student Petty Crimes stories? A Case Study of Ten College Newspapers
By: Corinne Segal
December 22, 2011 05:30 AM EST
Editor's Note:  Many college newspapers publish police blotters, which in today's online world, link students to their youthful indiscretions permanently.  Often, these crimes are non-violent.  Should...
 Study Says 3/4 Bylines are by Men
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Study Says 3/4 Bylines are by Men
By: Sydney Smith
December 12, 2011 12:00 PM EST
The UK Guardian published a study Dec. 6 revealing that 77.4% of surveyed bylines from seven UK newspapers' June 13 to July 8 editions belong to men,  according to Journalism.co.uk. The Guardian's research...
Study: NYT, Wash Post Use Fewer Anonymous Sources Now than 40 Years Ago
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Study: NYT, Wash Post Use Fewer Anonymous Sources Now than 40 Years Ago
By: Sydney Smith
August 22, 2011 01:57 PM EST
Do Disclosures of Conflicts of Interest Make Matters Worse?
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Do Disclosures of Conflicts of Interest Make Matters Worse?
By: Sydney Smith
May 22, 2011 08:10 AM EST
'Irish Mail on Sunday' In Court Over Wraparound
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'Irish Mail on Sunday' In Court Over Wraparound
By: Sydney Smith
March 30, 2011 02:25 PM EST
Indonesian Gender Bias Study Background Explained
International Media Ethics News :
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Indonesian Gender Bias Study Background Explained
By: Sydney Smith
March 30, 2011 02:25 PM EST
Gender Bias in Indonesia?
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Gender Bias in Indonesia?
By: Sydney Smith
March 29, 2011 08:20 AM EST
Bylines Led to Celebrity Journalism?
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Bylines Led to Celebrity Journalism?
By: Sydney Smith
December 27, 2010 08:30 AM EST
StinkyJournalism Study:  68% Ten Top US Newspapers' Blogs Are Edited
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StinkyJournalism Study: 68% Ten Top US Newspapers' Blogs Are Edited
By: Claudia Haas, Sydney Smith
October 29, 2010 05:22 AM EST
StinkyJournalism's study found that all of The New York Times' blogs are edited. (Image above is a screenshot detail from The New York Times web site. Our comments and highlighting in red, added.) A...
Study Finds 4 Biggest U.S. newspapers no longer calling Waterboarding Torture
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Study Finds 4 Biggest U.S. newspapers no longer calling Waterboarding Torture
By: Sydney Smith
July 20, 2010 08:10 AM EST
New Ethics for the Non-Profit Newsroom?
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New Ethics for the Non-Profit Newsroom?
By: Sydney Smith
May 11, 2010 07:40 AM EST
More bloggers call themselves journalists. Does it matter?
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More bloggers call themselves journalists. Does it matter?
By: Sydney Smith
April 14, 2010 06:07 AM EST
CJR Study : Magazines' Web Content Copyedited 'Less Rigorously'
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CJR Study : Magazines' Web Content Copyedited 'Less Rigorously'
By: Molika Ashford
March 08, 2010 09:25 AM EST
Study Finds Mainstream Media, Not New Media, Write Most "New" Stories in Baltimore
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Study Finds Mainstream Media, Not New Media, Write Most "New" Stories in Baltimore
By: Molika Ashford
January 26, 2010 08:44 AM EST
National Survey Says: 94% of Journalists Use P.R. Material
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National Survey Says: 94% of Journalists Use P.R. Material
By: Danielle Mastropiero
March 18, 2009 12:00 AM EST
STINKYJOURNALISM STUDY: Fred Finishes First
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Special Investigation : Fred Thompson
STINKYJOURNALISM STUDY: Fred Finishes First
By: Rhonda Roland Shearer
October 19, 2007 12:00 AM EST
Fred Thompson is a lean, mean media machine - and he's leaving the competition in the dust. Since April, Newsweek has published 19 articles about GOP candidate Fred Thompson.  By comparison, Democratic...
Public Attitudes Toward the State of the Journalism Charted
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Public Attitudes Toward the State of the Journalism Charted
By: Hau Chu
March 09, 2004 12:00 AM EST
Just heard from NPR this morning, March 16 2004, about Study: Public Losing Trust in Media. Here are some statistics we found from The Project for Excellence in Journalism...
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