Fall 2019 Readings

Online Journalism Terminology

Week 3: “The Making of the Fox News White House” by Jane Mayer, The New Yorker

Week 5: Guide to Native Advertising – Columbia Journalism Review

Week 6: “How do you use an anonymous source? The mysteries of journalism everyone should know” by Margaret Sullivan,  The Washington Post

Week 6: “A Rape on Campus” by Samantha Erdely, Rolling Stone

Week 6: CJR Rolling Stones Investigation

Week 6: “How Stories Deceive” by Maria Konnikova, The New Yorker

Week 7: “The Media Must Learn From the Covington Catholic Story”  by Caitlin Flanagan, The Atlantic

Week 9 LAB: “‘Nothing on this page is real’: How lies become truth in online America” by Eli Saslow,  Washington Post

Week 9 LAB: “Disinformation’s spread: bots, trolls and all of us” by Kate Starbird, Nature.com

Week 9: “Why Is It Hard To Refute Misinformation? by Shankar Vedantam, NPR

Week 9: “Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds” by Elizabeth Padawer, The New Yorker

Week 9: “How’d the Cohen Hearing Go? That Depends on Your Filter Bubble” by Issie Laposky”, WIRED

Week 9: “The Mind Is a Difference-Seeking Machine with Mahzarin Banaji”,  The On Being Project, NPR

Week 10: “The Mind is a Difference Seeking Machine with Mahzarin Banaji

Week 10: “Soldiers Face Neglect, Frustration at Army’s Top Medical Faculty” by Dana Priest and Anne Hull, Washington Post

Week 11: “How to Watch Television News” by Neil Postman chapter 3

Week 11: “How to Watch Television News” by Neil Postman, chapter  8

Week 11: “Guns on Campus” by Kelli Arena, CNN