A Watchdog’s Guide to Investigative Reporting

Date: February 26, 2011
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In the new millennium African journalists have begun to shift the focus of investigative reporting from government corruption to a broader objective of exposure of corporate malfeasance, environmental degradation, the abuse of woman and other controversial issues. This is not a definitive textbook on the subject of investigative journalism, nor does it intend to be. It is meant to inspire and provide a useful jumping-on point for future investigative reporters. It offers examples of good practice and looks at some challenges of this discipline for those curious about pursuing investigative assignments.

ISBN: 0-9584936-6-9
Publisher: KAS
Year of Publication: 2005

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