SEJournal Spring 2008, Vol. 18 No.1

May 15, 2008
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features

Inside Story: Details Of People's Lives Enliven Book On Oil Production.  An Interview With Lisa Margonelli
 By BILL DAWSON

Nation's First Investigative Reporter Drilled Deep On Big Oil
 By STEVE WEINBRG

Publishing Paradox
 By BILL KOVARIK

Market Warms To Climate Change Books In 2007
 By BILL KOVARIK

SEJ Gains Ground For Press Freedoms, Information
 BY JOSEPH A. DAVIS

Columns

Science Survey: New Government Effort To Produce More Data On Toxic Chemicals
 By CHERYL HOGUE

SEJ News: Annual Conference

President' s Report: Don't Leave Climate Change, Environment To "Boys On The Bus"
 By TIM WHEELER

E-Reporting Biz: OK, It's Time To Play The Climate Change Card In The Campaign
 By  BUD WARD

Media On The Move
  Edited By MIKE MANSUR

Bits And Bytes: Web Tools Help Negotiate The Information Explosion
 By DAVID POULSON

Research News Roundup: Studies Look At News Bias & Internet's Impact On Coverage
 By JAN KNIGHT

Reporter's Toolbox: Slideshows Can Highlight Big Projects, Offer Readers More
 By CASEY McNERTHNEY

The Beat: Long-form Stories-Enterprise & Investigative-Still Making Mark
 By BILL DAWSON

Book Shelf

Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products
Who's at Risk and What's at Stake for American Power

 By Mark Schapiro
 Reviewed by Susan Moran

Millipedes and Moon Tigers: Science and Policy in an Age of Extinction
 By Steve Nash
 Reviewed by Christine Heinrichs

The Secret History of the War on Cancer
 By Devra Davis
 Reviewed by Jennifer Weeks

Censoring Science: Inside the Political Attack on Dr. James Hansen and the Truth of Global Warming
 By Mark Bowen
 Reviewed by Craig Pittman