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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Investigative_journalism

University of Missouri journalism professor Steve Weinberg defined investigative journalism as: "Reporting, through one's own initiative and work product, matters of importance to readers, viewers, or listeners." In many cases, the subjects of the reporting wish the matters under ...

gijn.org/resources/investigative-journalism-defining-the-craft

While definitions of investigative reporting vary, among professional journalism groups there is broad agreement of its major components: systematic, in-depth, and original research and reporting, often involving the unearthing of secrets. Others note that its practice often involves heavy use of public records and data, with a ...

www.journalismfund.eu/what-investigative-journalism

In the view of Journalismfund.eu there is no final definition of investigative journalism. On the contrary – it should be a vivid process to strive for investigative journalism and any definition must be scrutinised over and over in an ongoing debate among journalists. However we would like to contribute to this debate by adding ...

dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/investigative-journalism

investigative journalism definition, meaning, what is investigative journalism: a type of journalism that tries to discover information of public interest that someone …. Learn more.

sand-kas-ten.org/ijm/Chapter_1.pdf

you will know how to: ○. Define the practice of investigative journalism. ○. Discuss the mission of investigative journalists and some of the ground rules they need to observe. ○. Discuss the skills and personal qualities investigative journalists need. ○. Identify topics and approaches appropriate for investigative stories and.

study.com/academy/lesson/investigative-journalism-definition-examples.html

Journalism has many branches including investigative journalism. In this lesson we will learn the ins and outs of this intense form while examining...

www.unesco.org/new/en/communication-and-information/freedom-of-expression/investigative-journalism

Investigative Journalism means the unveiling of matters that are concealed either deliberately by someone in a position of power, or accidentally, behind a chaotic mass of facts and circumstances - and the analysis and exposure of all relevant facts to the public. In this way investigative journalism crucially contributes to ...

www.investigative-manual.org/en/chapters/who-is-that-investigative-journalist/1-how-to-define-investigative-journalism

Investigative Journalism is a form of journalism in which reporters go in-depth to investigate a single story that may uncover corruption, review government policies or of corporate houses, or draw attention to social, economic, political or cultural trends. An investigative journalist, or team of journalists, may spend months or ...

ccnmtl.columbia.edu/projects/caseconsortium/casestudies/23/casestudy/files/sunsentinel/coronel_chapter_10_16.pdf

reporting means journalists go beyond what they have seen and what has been said to unearth more facts and to provide something new and previously unknown. Most of the time, investigative reporters uncover wrongdoing by individuals and institutions. The good that public officials or private companies do is often ...