SEJournal Winter 2009-10, Vol. 19 No. 4

January 15, 2010

SEJournal
Winter 2009-10, Vol. 19 No. 4
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features

'Letting the Cards Talk'
By SUSAN FEATHERS

Inside Story: An Expansive Investigation's Key Lesson: Think Big
By BILL DAWSON

SEJ's Birth
By JIM DETJEN

Twenty Years of SEJ Conferences
By JAY LETTO
 

 

Columns

President's Report: SEJ Reaches Out and Expands in Old and New Ways
By CHRISTY GEORGE

E-Reporting Biz: It Can Be Dangerous Being an E-journalist in the Digital Age
By BUD WARD

The Beat: Top Universities Rethink How To Prepare E-beat Journalists
By BILL DAWSON

SEJ News: Board Election Draws Many Candidates, Record Votes
By CAROLYN WHETZEL

Science Survey: Notes on Nature Can Be a Telling Scientific Record of Home
By CATHERINE M. COONEY

Reporter's Toolbox: A Newbie's Advice on Getting Started with Video
By ROBERT McCLURE

Media on the Move: New Jobs, Projects and Awards for SEJ Members
By JUDY FAHYS

Letter to the Editor: Border Coverage Lacked Impact of Immigration (13 December 2009)

Book Shelf Book Reviews

Poison in the Well: Radioactive Waste in the Oceans at the Dawn of the Nuclear Age
By Jacob Darwin Hamblin
Rutgers University Press, $49.95
Reviewed by VALERIE BROWN

Conservation Refugees: The Hundred-Year Conflict between Global Conservation and Native Peoples
By Mark Dowie
MIT Press, $27.95
Reviewed by TERRI HANSEN

Galapágos at the Crossroads: Pirates, Biologists, Tourists, and Creationists Battle for Darwin’s Cradle of Evolution
By Carol Ann Bassett
National Geographic, $26
Reviewed by ISABELLE GROC

Rock, Water, Wild: An Alaskan Life
By Nancy Lord
University of Nebraska Press, $24.95
Reviewed by STEFAN MILKOWSKI