posted by Shannon Gormley
Does getting tough on crime mean getting tough on people who steal from themselves? Shannon Gormley explains why self-plagiarism isn't a real thing.
posted by Frank Appleyard
For some, a job is more than a livelihood, writes Frank Appleyard. It's a passion, a calling, and not something to do to pay rent or buy delicious sausages. He recently lost his dream job. "A business decision and not a personal decision, then, though I wonder what could be more personal than the loss of what we love."
posted by Dr. Kaitlynn Mendes
Journalism professor Dr. Kaitlynn Mendes explains how the media perceives feminism and feminist issues, and offers five tips for feminists to get their stories reported -- and reported well.
posted by Nick Taylor-Vaisey
These are the days of online journalism. Web-only publications are cheaper to run than traditional newspapers, and also find new approaches to journalism. Nick Taylor-Vaisey explains how community-driven online news, like OpenFile, complements traditional reporting by connecting directly with its readership.
posted by Kate Heartfield
Why aren't more women writing op-eds in newspapers? According to Kate Heartfield, deputy editor of the Ottawa Citizen's Opinion Pages, not enough women are trying to be pundits.