Besim, "Spectrum of imaging findings in pediatric hydatid disease," American Journalism Review
(4) Rachel Smolkin, "Are the News Media Soft on Bush?" American Journalism Review
, June/July 2003.
The level of support among Americans rebounded to where they were before the attacks, show results of a survey conducted by the First Amendment Center and American Journalism Review
, the center's Web site reported.
According to an annual poll conducted by the First Amendment Center and American Journalism Review
(AJR), in conjunction with the Center for Survey Research and Analysis at the University of Connecticut, just 14% know that freedom of the press is guaranteed by the Constitution, 18% are aware that freedom of religion is protected, 10% know they have a constitutional right to peaceably assemble, and a minuscule 2% think they can petition their government to redress grievances.
Earlier this year, American Journalism Review
named Silverstein one of the "unsung stars" of Washington journalism.
The magazine's chief rival is the American Journalism Review
(AJR), published since 1987 by the University of Maryland at College Park.
In the July/August 2001 issue of the American Journalism Review
, writer Lucinda Fleeson discussed the frustrations of a reporter at the Scripps Howard newspaper chain who covered the U.S.
American Journalism Review
, Publish!, Brill's Content, even EContent; on the radio, "On the Media"; on TV, "Talk Soup" and 'serious' discussions of media elsewhere.
The series found that there wasn't proof the treatment program was working, according to a generous write-up of the newsletter in the American Journalism Review
THE INDEPENDENT WEEKLY newspapers that for so long have been a bulwark of small-town and rural American life are rapidly "being snapped up by hungry chains," according to Buzz Bissinger, in the latest installment of the American Journalism Review
's notable series on the state of the American newspaper.
Or is there something in between?," asked American Journalism Review
magazine columnist Rem Rieder in his March, 1999, column.