The violence reporting project: A new approach to covering crime

December 1998
Nieman Reports;Winter98, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p37
Focuses on the Violence Reporting Project, which is designed to educate journalists about the need to incorporate a public health perspective in reporting about violence. Persons who collaborated on the project; Funding; Reference to two articles in the same issue that describe specific aspects of this project.


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