New 2009 papers from The Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University are available, along with their archive of previous papers arranged by date or author going back to 1989.
Sandra Nyaira: Mugabe’s Media War: How New Media Help Zimbabwean Journalists Tell Their Story
Rory O’Connor: Word of Mouse: Credibility, Journalism and Emerging Social Media
Eric Pooley: How Much Would You Pay to Save the Planet? The American Press and the Economics of Climate Change
The Publications section of the site includes not only Papers for download but Reports and Case Studies. Transcripts and/or video can be found in the News and Events Section for the annual Theodore H. White Lecture. (Rep. John Lewis was the 2008 speaker.)
Most recent Case Study:
Scott, Esther. Crossing the Line: Don Imus and the Rutgers Women’s Basketball Team. 2008.
Shorenstein Center and the Project for Excellence in Journalism. Character and the Primaries of 2008. 2008
Shorenstein Center and the Project for Excellence in Journalism. The Invisible Primary — Invisible No Longer. 2008
Donsbach, Wolfgang, and Fiedler, Tom. Journalism School Curriculum Enrichment. 2008