Investigative Journalism: Context and Practice explores the history, theory, and practice of investigative journalism around the world. Starting with a history of investigative journalism and examining key events such as Watergate in the U.S. and the thalidomide scandal in the U.K., Hugo de Burgh, and his colleagues explain how investigative journalism should be understood within the framework of the mass media, how it relates to the legal systems in the U.S., the U.K. and the European Union, the place of ethics in investigative journalism, and the influence of new technologies and the Internet on journalistic practices.
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|Category:||SOCIAL SCIENCES | JOURNALISM / MASS COMMUNICATION/ MEDIA|
|Number Of Pages:||299|
|Number Of Volumes||0|