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All journalists need to continue to develop their skills and knowledge to ensure accurate and unbiased reporting.  

This roundup of nine recent journalism studies will help you better understand the challenges around reporting on important societal issues, such as homelessness, protests or global infectious diseases.

"In decades of covering homelessness, American journalists have been known to deviate from the usual norms of detachment and neutrality to depict people without homes in ways that humanise them, helping readers and viewers better empathise with them and the challenges they face. But is that the best way to cover the homeless or other marginalised communities more generally?" ask Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis, authors of the article published by Nieman Lab.

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