Kettering Review (Winter 2009)

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The Kettering Review is a journal of ideas and activities dedicated to improving the quality of public life in the American democracy. Each issue addresses a single theme, including including the changing roles of the citizen, the press, public leadership, and public opinion. Contributors include a diverse group of American and international educators, historians, philosophers, and social and political scientists. The Review is edited by Robert Kingston and Noëlle McAfee.

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Editor’s Letter by Bob Kingston  ( PDF )
Beyond Manipulation: Democracy and Media by Noëlle McAfee  ( PDF )
Journalism and Civic Life: Whose Story Is It, Anyway? by David Holwerk  ( PDF )
Fifteen Things Every Journalist Should Know about Public Engagement by Michael Hamill Remaley  ( PDF )
From Priesthood to Partnership: Public Insight Journalism by Michael Skoler  ( PDF )
The Future of Public Media by Pat Aufderheide, Jessica Clark  ( PDF )
The Ethics and Politics of Professions by Albert W. Dzur  ( PDF )
…afterthoughts by David Mathews  ( PDF )

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