CIVIC & COMMUNITY JOURNALISM BIBLIOGRAPHY (2003)

(Selections in Bold are available from the Lecturer)

 

Altschull, J. Herbert. "A Crisis of Conscience: Is Community Journalism the Answer?" Journal of Mass Media Ethics 11 (3) 1996: 166-72.

 

_____.  America’s Struggle Within.  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1995.

 

Anderson, Rob, Dardenne, Robert and Killenberg, George M. "The American Newspaper as the Public Conversational Commons." Journal of Mass Media Ethics 11 (3) 1996: 159-1165.

 

Anderson, Rob, Dardenne, Robert, and Killenberg, George M. The Conversation of Journalism: Communications, Community, and News. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

 

Arnone, Edward J. (ed.).  What Citizens Can Do:  A Public Way to Act.  Dayton, OH:  The Kettering Foundation.  1999.

 

Asher, Herbert.  Polling and the Public:  What Every Citizen Should Know.  Fifth Edition.  Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press.  2001.

 

Baron, Martin.  How Multicultural Communities are Shaping the Future of Journalism.  Civic Catalyst.  Fall, 2001.

 

Bagdikian, Ben H.  The Media Monopoly.  Sixth Edition.  Boston:  Beacon Press.  2000.

 

Barney, Ralph D. "Community Journalism: Good Intentions, Questionable Practice." Journal of Mass Media Ethics 11 (3) 1996: 140-151.

 

Batten, James K.  "Newspapers and Communities: The Vital Link." William Allen White Speech, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas: William Allen White Foundation, 1990.

 

Bender, John R. and Berens, Charlyne. "Public Journalism’s Incubator: Identifying Preconditions for Support.  A presentation at “Public Journalism: A Critical Forum," University of South Carolina, Columbia.  1999.

 

_____.  The Best of Civic Journalism:  The  (Year) Batten Award Winners. James K. Batten Awards and Symposium for Excellence in Civic Journalism.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  VIDEOTAPES WITH ACCOMPANYING PRINTED GUIDES (Years:  1999, 2000, 2001.)

 

Black, Jay.  Mixed News:  The Public/Civic/Communitarian Journalism Debate. Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.  1997.

 

Black, Jay, Steele, Bob and Barney, Ralph. "Doing Ethics in Journalism: A Handbook with Case Studies." Greencastle, IN: Sigma Delta Chi Foundation and The Society of Professional Journalists.  1993.

 

Bloomquist, David, and Zukin, Cliff. Does Public Journalism Work?: The "Campaign Central" Experience. Washington, D.C.: The Pew Center for Civic Journalism. May 1997.

 

Broder, David. "A New Assignment for the Press." Press Enterprise Lecture No. 26, Riverside, CA: The Press Enterprise, 1991.

 

Calendar, Jody.  New Listening Posts:  Blending Investigative with Civic Journalism in Asbury Park.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1998.  VIDEOTAPE.

 

Carey, James.  Communication As Culture:  Essays on Media and Society.  New York: Unwin Hyman (HarperCollins).  1988.

 

Carey, James. "The Decline of Democratic Institutions." Columbia Journalism Review, Vol. 6.  March/April, 1998.

 

Carey, James W. The Press, Public Opinion and Public Discourse. In the book: Public Opinion and the Communication of Consent. Theodore L. Glasser and Charles T. Salmon, eds, New York: Guilford Publications, 1995, pp. 373-402.

 

Charity, Arthur. Doing Public Journalism. New York: Guilford Publications, 1995.

 

Christians, Clifford G., Ferre, John P. and Fackler, P. Mark. Good News: Social Ethics and the Press. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.

 

_____.  Civic Innovations:  Media for a New America.  The Civic Catalyst.  Summer, 2002.

 

_____.  Civic Journalism.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1995.  VIDEOTAPE AND STUDY GUIDE.

 

_____.  "Civic Journalism." CQ Researcher, Vol. 6, No. 35, pp. 817-840, Sept. 20, 1996.

 

_____.  Civic Journalism:  A Living Legacy.  Highlights from the 2002 James K. Batten Awards and Symposium for Excellence in Civic Journalism.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  2002.

 

_____.  Civic Journalism:  Covering Your Community Through Creative Partnerships.  A Presentation at the RTNDA International Conference.  New Orleans, LA:  RTNDA.  1995.  VIDEOTAPE.

 

_____.  Civic Journalism Is…  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  2000.

 

Clark, Roy Peter. A Call to Leadership. Poynter Paper, No. 1, St. Petersburg: Poynter Institute, 1992.

 

Clark, Roy Peter and Cole C. Campbell, eds.  The Value and Craft of American Journalism.  Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2002.

 

_____.  Community Leadership:  Community Change Through Public Action.  Indianapolis, IN:  National Association for Community Leadership.  1999.

 

Corrigan, Don. The Public Journalism Movement in America: Evangelists in the Newsroom. Praeger, 1999.

 

_____.  Cracking the Code:  Creating New Lifelines Between Journalists and Academics.  Highlights of a Conference of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism and the Reilly Center for Media and Public Affairs.  Louisiana State University.  Baton Rouge.  September, 2000.

 

Dahlgren, Peter and Colin Sparks, eds. Communication and Citizenship:

Journalism and the Public Sphere in the New Media Age. New York: Routledge, 1991.

 

_____.  Delving into Race Reporting.  Civic Catalyst.  Fall, 2001.

 

Denton, Frank and Thorson, Esther.  Civic Journalism: Does it Work?  Pew Center for Civic Journalism, 1995.  http://www.pewcenter.org/doingcj/research/r_doesit.html

 

Dillon, Mike.  Present Tense, Past Tense:  The Historical and Philosophical Roots of Civic Journalism.  Department of Communication, Duquesne University.  1999. http://www.pewcenter.org/doingcj/speeches/a_dillon.html

 

Eksterowicz, Anthony J. and Robert N. Roberts, eds.  Public Journalism and Political Knowledge.  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.

 

Enteman, Robert M. Democracy Without Citizens: Media and the Decay of American Politics.   New York: Oxford University Press, 1989.

 

Enteman, Robert M. "Framing: Toward Clarification Of A Fractured Paradigm." Journal of Communication 43 (1993): 51-58.

 

Etzioni, Amitai. The Spirit of Community: Rights, Responsibilities and the Communitarian Agenda. New York: Crown Publishers, 1993.

 

Fallows, James. Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine American Democracy. New York: Pantheon, 1997.

 

Fishkin, James S. The Voice of the People: Public Opinion and Democracy.

New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1995.

 

Ford, Pat.  Delving into the Divide:  A Study of Race Reporting in Forty-Five U. S. Newsrooms.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  2001.

 

Ford, Pat.  Don’t Stop There!  Five Adventures in Civic Journalism.  Schaffer, Jan ed.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1998.

 

Ford, Pat.  Race Documentary Kindles Norfolk Dialogue.  Civic Catalyst.  Fall, 2001.

 

Fouhy, Edward M.  (Exec. Producer.)  Civic Journalism:  A Work in Progress.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1998.  VIDEOTAPE.

 

Fouhy, Edward M.  Community Media Workshop:  Opening Remarks.  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  Chicago.  May, 1997.

 

Fouhy, Edward M. (Exec. Producer.)  What is Civic Journalism?  It’s More Than Just Good Journalism.  San Francisco, CA:  The Tides Center.  1996.  VIDEOTAPE.

 

Fouhy, Edward M. "Pew Center is About Listening, Not Handouts." The American Editor, January-February 1997: 13.

 

Franklin, Tim.  Tapping New Data Territories. A Presentation at Pew/IRE Conference.  Tampa, Fl.  February, 2002.

 

Fukuyama, Francis. Trust: The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity. New York: Free Press, 1996.

 

Fuller, Jack. News Values: Ideas for an Information Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997.

 

Gans, Herbert J. "Bystanders as Opinion Makers -- A Bottoms-Up Perspective," in Media & Public Life, Everette E. Dennis and Robert W. Snyder, eds. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1997.

 

_____.   Getting the Connections Right: Public Journalism and the Troubles in the Press. New York: Twentieth Century Fund, 1996.

 

Gibbs, Cheryl, ed.  Speaking of Public Journalism.  Dayton, OH:  The Kettering Foundation.  1997.

 

Gillis, T. & Moore, R. (2003).  Keeping your ears to the ground.  A journalist’s guide to citizen participation in the news:  A primer on community journalism.  Windhoek, Namibia:  The Polytechnic of Namibia.

 

Glasser, Theodore L. "The Idea of Public Journalism," pp. 3-18 in Theodore L. Glasser, ed. The Idea of Public Journalism. New York: Guilford, 1999.

 

Glasser, Theodore L. "The Politics of Public Journalism." Journalism Studies, 1 (November 2000): 683-686.

 

Glasser, Theodore L. and Craft, Stephanie. "Public Journalism and the Prospects for Press Accountability," in Jay Black, ed., Mixed News: The Public/Civic/Communitarian Journalism Debate, pp. 120-134. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 1997; excerpted in Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 11, 3 (1996): 152-158.

 

Glasser, Theodore L. and Craft, Stephanie. "Public Journalism and the Search for Democratic Ideals," pp. 203-218 in Tamar Liebes and James Curran, eds. Media, Ritual and Identity. London: Routledge, 1998.

 

Glasser, Theodore L. and Ettema, James S.  Custodians of Conscience:  Investigative Journalism and Public Virtue.  New York:  Columbia University Press.  1998.

 

Glasser, Theodore L. and Lee, Francis L. F. "Repositioning the Newsroom: The American Experience with 'Public Journalism'," in Erik Neveu and Raymond Kuhn, eds. Political Journalism.  London: Routledge.  2002.

 

Glick, Mary (Exec. Producer.)  Issues in Community News.  Oswego, NY:  The University of New York at Oswego, Center for Community Journalism.  1998.  VIDEOTAPE.

 

Grimes, Charlotte.  Whither the Civic Journalism Bandwagon?  Harvard University, 1999.

 

Gyllenhaal, Anders.  What’s Coming?  Will We Be Ready for It?  A Speech Presented at the AEJMC Conference.  Phoenix, NM.  August, 2002.

 

Haas, Tanni.  Towards a Democratically Viable Conception of Publicness:  The Case of Public Journalism. A Presentation at the “Public Journalism:  A Critical Forum.”  University of South Carolina, Columbia.  October, 1998.

 

Hardt, Hanno. "The Quest for Public Journalism." Journal of Communication 47 (Summer 1997): 102-109.

 

Hartig, Dennis.  Citizen Reader:  Building Civic Journalism Pages at the Virginian Pilot.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1998.  VIDEOTAPE

 

Harwood, Richard C. and McCrehan, Jeff.  Tapping Civic Life:  How to Report First, and Best, What’s Happening in Your Community.  Second Edition.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism/Tides Center.  2000.

 

Hetrick, Judi.  Students See Value in Civic Mapping.  Civic Catalyst.  Fall, 2001.

 

Hodges, Louis W. "Ruminations About the Communitarian Debate. Journal of Mass Media Ethics 11 (3)  1996:133-139.

 

Hoyt, Mike. "Are you now or will you ever be a civic journalist?" Columbia Journalism Review (Sept/Oct 1995): 27-33.

 

Iggers, Jeremy.  Good News, Bad News:  Journalism Ethics and the Public Interest.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press.  1999.

 

Iorio, Sharon Hartin. "Political Discourse, Economic/Fiscal Policy Issues, and Civic Journalism." Wichita, KS: Wichita State University. 1998.

 

Iorio, Sharon Hartin and Huxman, Susan Schultz. "Media Coverage Of Political Issues and the Framing Of Personal Concerns." Journal of Communication 46 (Fall 1996): 97-115.

 

Iorio, Sharon Hartin and Armstrong, Richard N. "Public Journalism, Political Discourse, and Civic Involvement: The 1996 Election," A Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Communications Association.  New York.  1998.

 

Iyengar, Shanto. "Is Anyone Responsible?"  Chicago: University Of Chicago Press. 1991. Chps. 2, 4, 5 and Pp. 27-143.

 

_____.  Journalism Interactive:  New Attitudes, Tools and Techniques Change Journalism’s Landscape.  A Study Conducted for the Associated Press Managing Editors, the Pew Center for Civic Journalism, and The National Conference of Editorial Writers.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  2001.

 

Kovach, Bill.  Tom Carlson or His Dog.  Social Responsibility:  Business, journalism, Law, Medicine.  _____.

 

Kurtz, Howard.  Tuning Out Traditional News.  The Washington Post.  May 15, 1995.

 

Lambeth, Edmund B. Committed Journalism: An Ethic for the Profession.

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1992.

 

Lambeth, Edmund B., Philip E. Meyer, and Esther Thorson, eds. Assessing Public Journalism. University of Missouri Press, 1998.

 

Lasch, Christopher. "Journalism, Publicity And The Lost Art Of Argument," in Media & Public Life, Everette E. Dennis and Robert W. Snyder, eds. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. 1997.

 

Lauterer, Jock. Community Journalism, 2nd ed. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 2000.

 

Leeper, Roy V. "Virtue Ethics and Public Relations: The Communitarian Alternative." Paper presented to the National Communication Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY. Nov. 21-24, 1998.

 

Levine, Peter.  The Press in a Deliberative Democracy. A Presentation at the “Public Journalism:  A Critical Forum.”  University of South Carolina, Columbia.  October, 1998.

 

Levine, Peter. "Public Journalism and Deliberation." Report from the Institute for Philosophy & Public Policy, Vol. 16, Number 1, pp 1-5. Winter, 1996.

 

London, Scott.  Creating Citizens Through Public Deliberation.  Dayton, OH:  The Kettering Foundation.  1997.

 

Marks, Alexandra.  Public Journalism Aims to Revitalize Public Live.  The Christian Science Monitor. _____.

 

Mathews, David.  For Communities to Work.  Dayton, OH:  The Kettering Foundation.  2002.

 

Mathews, David and McAfee, Noelle.  Making Choices Together:  The Power of Public Deliberation.  Dayton, OH:  The Kettering Foundation.  2002.

 

Maynard, Dori J.  Blindsided.  The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education.  Oakland, CA:  2000.  Part of the Fault Lines Project: http://www.maynardije.org/programs/faultlines/

 

McCombs, Maxwell E., and Shaw, Donald L.. "The Evolution of Agenda-Setting Research: Twenty-Five Years in the Marketplace of Ideas." Journal of Communications 43 (Spring 1993): 58-67.

 

McKnight, David.  Public Journalism, Citizenship and Strategies for Change.  A paper presented at the Culture and Citizenship Conference.  Sydney, Australia.  November 1998.

 

Merrill, John C.  Advent of Order and Social Harmony:  Public Journalism:  A U. S. Harbinger.  A Presentation at “Public Journalism:  A Critical Forum.”  University of South Carolina, Columbia.  October, 1998.

 

Merrill, John C., Gade, Peter J. and Frederick R. Blevens.  Twilight of Press Freedom: The Rise of People's Journalism.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001.

 

_____.  "Merritt and McMasters Debate Public Journalism." Journal of Mass Media Ethics 11 (3) 1996: 713-183.

 

Merritt, Davis. Public Journalism and Public Life: Why Telling the News is Not Enough. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1995.

 

Merritt, Davis.  The Misconception About Public Journalism.  Editor & Publisher.  Vol. 128, Issue 26, July 1, 1995.

 

Merritt, Davis and Jay Rosen. Imagining Public Journalism: An Editor and Scholar Reflect on the Birth of an Idea. Indiana University School of Journalism, Roy W. Howard Public Lecture, April 13, 1995.

 

Meyer, Philip.  Public Journalism and the Problem of Objectivity.  IRE/University of North Carolina, 1995.  http://www.unc.edu/~pmeyer/ire95pj.htm

 

Miller, Edward D.  The Charlotte Project:  Helping Citizens Take Back Democracy.  The Poynter Papers:  No. 4.  St. Petersburg, FL:  The Poynter Center.  1994.

 

Morris, John L. A Study of Attitudes toward Audience Interaction in Journalism: Citizen-Based Reporting. Lewiston, NY:  Edwin Mellen Press, 2002.

 

Morgan, Lucy.  Covering the Statehouse:  Lucy Morgan’s Greatest Hits.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center on the States.  _____.  VIDEOTAPE.

 

_____.  News Breaks:  Can Journalists Fix It? The Highlights of the James K. Batten Symposium.  Washington, DC.  May, 1997.

 

_____.  News Futures:  Civic Innovations in Reporting.  The Highlights of the James K. Batten Symposium.  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  Chicago.  May, 1998.

 

Novek, Eleanor M.  "In the public interest – NOT!" Young people assess the social responsibility of the press in Civic journalism." Paper presented at "Public Journalism: A Critical Forum," Center for Mass Communications Research, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. October, 1998.

 

Oppel, Richard A. "Three Steps to Improve Public Journalism." The American Editor, January-February 1997: 12.

 

Osborn, Barbara Bliss.  Civic Journalism Takes Root on the Web. Online Journalism Review, November 1999.  http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workplace/1017967188.php

 

Parisi, Peter. "Toward a ‘Philosophy of Framing’: News Narratives for Public Journalism." Journalism and Mass Communications Quarterly 74 (Winter 1991): 673-686.

 

Peck, Chris.  Civic Journalism:  The Savior of Newspapers in the 21st Century?  A Speech Presented at the AEJMC Conference.  New Orleans, LA.  August, 1999.

 

Peck, Chris.  Transformation From Within:  How Civic Journalists May Save the Media. Address to the Pew/AEJMC Civic Journalism Conference, Civic Innovations in Newsrooms and Classrooms..  Eugene, OR.  February, 2001.

 

_____.   "Politics, Vision and the Press: Toward a Public Agenda for Journalism."

In the book: The New News v. the Old News: The Press and Politics in the 1990s. New York: Twentieth Century Fund, 1992.

 

Porter, Cy.  Community Journalism:  Getting Started.  Second Edition.  Washington, DC:  The Radio and Television News Directors Foundation and the Pew Charitable Trusts.  1996.  VIDEOTAPE AND STUDY GUIDE.

 

Potter, Deborah.  TV Stations Tap Viewers for Story Ideas.  Civic Catalyst.  Fall, 2001.

 

Price, Cindy J.  Public Journalists:  Are They Following the Social Responsibility Theory? A Presentation at the “Public Journalism:  A Critical Forum.”  University of South Carolina, Columbia.  October, 1998.

 

Putnam, Robert. Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy. Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, 1994.

 

Putnam, Robert. "The Strange Disappearance of Civic America." American Prospect. 24 (winter, 1996): 34.

 

_____.  Reality Checks.  Oakland, CA:  The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education.  2000.

 

Ripley, Jr., Casey. The Media and the Public. New York: H.W. Wilson, 1994.

 

Ritt, Glen.  Self-Publishing Communities:  Partnering with the New Competition.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1998.  VIDEOTAPE.

 

_____.  Roadmap 2005:  National vs. Regional Journalism:  Strategies for a Successful Future.  A Symposium of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  New York.  October, 2000.

 

Rosen, Jay.  Community Connectedness:  Passwords for Public Journalism.  The Poynter Papers: No. 3.  St. Petersburg, FL:  The Poynter Center.  1993.

 

Rosen, Jay. Getting the Connections Right: Public Journalism and the Troubles in the Press. New York: Twentieth Century Fund, 1996.

 

Rosen, Jay. "Public Journalism: A Case for Public Scholarship," Speech presented at the AAHE National Conference, March, 1995. Change, May/June, 1995.

 

Rosen, Jay. What Are Journalists For? New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 1999.

 

Rosen, Jay, Merritt, Davis “Buzz,” and Austin, Lisa.  Public Journalism:  Theory and Practice.  Dayton, OH:  The Kettering Foundation.  1997.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Attack Dog, Watch Dog or Guide Dog…The Role of the Media in Community Building.  Marcia Kantrow Lecture Series.  Baton Rouge Area Foundation.  October, 1999.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Building Zones of Connectivity. A Presentation at AEJMC Conference.  Miami, Fl.  August, 2002.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Civic Journalism:  10 Tips for Rebuilding Frameworks of Society.  American Press Institute, Special Report:  Covering a National Tragedy, Managing and Reporting a News Crisis.  September, 2001.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Civic Journalism:  10 Years of Work. A Presentation at AEJMC Conference.  Miami, Fl.  August, 2002.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Civic Mapping. A Presentation at the Morris Communications Workshop.  Augusta, GA.  May, 2001.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Interactive Journalism:  Clicking on the Future.  APME News.  Fall, 2001.

 

Schaffer, Jan (Exec. Producer.)  A Journalist’s Tool Box:  Techniques for Building Better Journalism.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  2000.  VIDEOTAPE (Four Part Series.)

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Lessons in Connecting Readers to the Media.  The American Editor.  September, 2001.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  The Media and Civic Engagement.  A Presentation to the Public Faces of Philanthropy Conference.  Northern California Grantmakers.  San Francisco.  June, 1999.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Mining a Collection of Race Stories.  Civic Catalyst.  Fall, 2001.

 

Schaffer, Jan.  Tips for Smarter Reporting.  Society of Professional Journalists.  Fall, 2002.

 

Schaffer, Jan (Exec. Producer.)  Tune in Your Community, Turn on Your Viewers.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1998.  VIDEOTAPE AND STUDY GUIDE.

 

Schaffer, Jan and Cloud, Stanley, eds.  The Citizens Election Project:  Case Studies.  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1996.

 

Schaffer, Jan and Miller, Edward D., eds.  Civic Journalism:  Six Case Studies.    Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1995.

 

Schaffer, Jan and Miller, Edward D., eds.  Of the People, By the People, For the People, With the People.  Washington, DC:  The Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1997.

 

Sirianni, Carmen and Friedland, Lewis.  Civic Innovation & American Democracy.  Change.  January/February, 1997.

 

Smith, Steven A.  “Alone Again Naturally:  A Short History of Civic Journalism and Time.”  Address to the Pew/AEJMC Civic Journalism Conference, Civic Innovations in Newsrooms and Classrooms..  Eugene, OR.  February, 2001.

 

Stamm, Keith R. Newspaper Use and Community Ties: Toward a Dynamic Theory. Norwood, NJ: Ablex,1985.

 

Steffens, Marty. “Being Open to the Unexpected.”  Address to the Pew/AEJMC Civic Journalism Conference, Civic Innovations in Newsrooms and Classrooms..  Eugene, OR.  February, 2001.

 

_____.  The Straight Scoop: An Expert Guide to Great Community Journalism.  Hartford, CT: The Hartford Courant, 1996.

 

_____.  Straight Talk from Americans—2000.  A National Survey by Princeton Survey Research Associates.  Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  2000. http://www.pewcenter.org/doingcj/research/r_ST2000.html

 

_____.  Texas and the Latino Vote.  A Civic/Community Journalism Project by Radio Station KERA.  Dallas, TX.  2001.

 

Thorson, Esther and Friedland, Lewis A.  Civic Lessons:  Report on Four Civic Journalism Projects.  Pew Center for Civic Journalism.  1997. 

 

Tobia, Loren, and Brown, Colony. "Diversity in Broadcasting." In Insights The Journal of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication (Spring, 1999): 18-20.

 

_____.  Total Community Coverage. Oakland, CA: The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education.  2000.

 

Van Tuyll, Debra Reddin.  Public Journalism as Postmodern Phenomenon. A Presentation at the “Public Journalism:  A Critical Forum.”  University of South Carolina, Columbia.  October, 1998.

 

Verykoukis, Andrea. "A Journalism Less Ordinary? The Inspirational Tone of Public Journalism." Paper Presented to the Civic Journalism Interest Group of the AEJMC Convention. Baltimore, MD, August 5-8, 1998.

 

Winship, Thomas.  The New Curmudgeon:  Jim Batten and Civic Journalism.  Editor & Publisher.  April 1, 1995.

 

Yankelovich, Daniel. Coming to Public Judgment: Making Democracy Work in a Complex World. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 1991.

 

Yarnold, David.  Community Media Connections:  Linking with the News. A Presentation at Pew/Maynard Conference.  San Francisco, CA.  January, 2002.

 

 

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