SEJournal Fall 2009, Vol. 19 No. 3

October 15, 2009
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SEJournal
Fall 2009, Vol. 19 No. 3
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features

New Journalism-Science Initiatives Alter How News Is Shaped
By BOB WYSS

Veteran Newspaper Writer Finds Teaching's Hidden Pleasures
By WILLIAM DIETRICH

Disorder at the Borders: Photographers Aim To Document and Protect Borderland Environments
By ROGER ARCHIBALD

 

 

 

Columns

President's Report: SEJ Builds Anew with EPA, Starts Fund for Environmental Journalism
By CHRISTY GEORGE

SEJ News: Awards Report
By MIKE MANSUR

Inside Story: A Mix for Success — Music, A Scientific Family and Some Radiation
By BILL DAWSON

The Beat: New Online Efforts Expand Environment Coverage
By BILL DAWSON

Media on the Move: In the Journalism Storms, These Awards and Achievements Stand Out
By JUDY FAHYS

Science Survey: Germ Killer, Largely Unregulated, Attracts New Concern for Wildlife
By CHERYL HOGUE

Bits and Bytes: This Tool Will Quickly Provide Journalism's Most Forgotten W
By DAVID POULSON

E-Reporting Biz: Letting the Reader See Your Editorial Judgments Might Enhance Them
By BUD WARD

Reporter's Toolbox: A Key To Improving Your Video — Get Good Audio
By ROB SHEPPARD

Book Shelf Book Reviews

Two Billion Cars: Driving Toward Sustainability
By Daniel Sperling and Deborah Gordon
Oxford University Press, $24.95
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS

Animal Investigators: How the World's First Wildlife Forensics Lab is Solving Crimes and Saving Endangered Species
By Laurel A. Neme
Scribner, $25
Reviewed by CHRISTINE HEINRICHS

Food Fray: Inside the Controversy over Genetically Modified Food
By Lisa Weasel
Amacom, $23
Reviewed by KATHLEEN REGAN