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Title: Investigative Reporting & The Investigative Reporter: From Concept To Implementation
Authors: Dyikuk, Justine John
Keywords: journalism
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies
Series/Report no.: Vol.4;Iss.6; Pp 160-167
Abstract: In-between theory and practice is a human being who implements. Since “ideas rule the world,” the uncanny task of investigative reporting reveals someone behind the wheels. The researcher undertook a conceptual study of “Investigative Reporting and the Investigative Reporter: From Concept and Implementation.” With the aid of the social responsibility theory of the media, the study discovered that investigative reporting is a risky venture which requires serious preparation and in-depth knowledge of the subject under review. It recommended ongoing training for journalists, developing a sense of outrage as well as a sense of public interest for optimum performance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2910
ISSN: 2394-4404
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