Research & Publications
Papers by former fellows have added significantly to the body of research on press and politics. The Shorenstein Center has had more than 200 Fellows since 1986, and the papers they wrote at the Center form the basis of numerous books, including such compilations as Terrorism, War and the Press(2003) and Politics and the Press: The News Media and Their Influences (1997).
- Steve Oney: The Philosopher King and the Creation of NPR. 2014
- Stefan Theil: The Media and Markets: How Systematic Misreporting Inflates Bubbles, Deepens Downturns and Distorts Economic Reality. 2014
- John Wihbey: The Challenges of Democratizing News and Information: Examining Data on Social Media, Viral Patterns and Digital Influence. 2014
- Jeffrey Hermes, John Wihbey, Reynol Junco and Osman Tolga Aricak: Who Gets a Press Pass? Media Credentialing Practices in the United States. 2014
- Michael Copps: A Letter to Journalists from a Former FCC Commissioner. 2014
- Lee Aitken: The Campaign Casino: Elections Have Become a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme, and the Press Is Missing the Story. 2014