SEJournal Summer 2008, Vol. 18 No. 2

August 15, 2008

SEJournal Summer 2008
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 Features

A Sketchy "Fact" About Polar Bears Keeps Going...And Going...And Going
By PETER DYKSTRA

Journalists As Prophets
By MARK NEUZIL

Move Beyond Natural Science To Include Social, Political Research
By ROBERT J. BRULLE with MIRANDA SPENCER

2008 Annual Conference: Phenomenal, Memorable, Practical, Not To Be Missed
By BILL KOVARIK and KEN WARD JR.

A Fresh Perspective On Climate Change: The Impacts At Home-An Interview With Beth Daley of 
 
The Boston Globe
By BILL DAWSON

Metaphors, Milkshakes and Drainage
By DAVID POULSON

 

Photographers "Rave" About Conservation
 By ROGER ARCHIBALD

Columns

President's Report: SEJ Builds For More And Better Coverage Of Climate Change Story
 By TIM WHEELER

The Beat: Budget Knives Don't Cut Creativity, Content In The Blogging World
 By BILL DAWON

Science Survey: Federal Polluters Get New Chance To Sway EPA In Secret
By CHERYL HOGUE

E-Reporting Biz: Lost In A Digital World?
 By BUD WARD

Bit and Bytes: More Social Media Tools Strengthen Coverage Of The Environment
 By AMY GAHRAN

Reporter's Toolbox: New Trend In Urban Development: Clean Up Water Pollution
 By ROBERT MCCLURE

SEJ News: Trouble In Paradise: SEJ Members Study Tropical Ecosystems In Hawai'i

Book Shelf

Wallace Stegner and the American West
 By Philip L. Fradkin
 Reviewed By Laura Paskus

Naked in the Woods: Joseph Knowles and the Legacy of Frontier Fakery 
 By Jim Motavalli
 Reviewed By Bill Kovarik

Listening to Cougar
 By Marc Bekoff and Cara Blessley Lowe, editors
 University Press of Colorado $24.95
 Reviewed By David Baron

Apollo's Fire: Igniting America's Clean Energy Economy
 By Jay Inslee and Bracken Hendricks
 Reviewed By Tom Henry