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Investigative Reporting

Anderson, David & Benjaminson, Peter
Publisher:  Indiana University Press Bloomington & London
Year Published:  1976  
Pages:  308pp   ISBN:  0-253-20196-9
Library of Congress Number:  PN4781.A59   Dewey:  070.43

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Table of Contents

Preface

PART I: BASICS
The Investigative Reporter
Ethics of Investigative Reporting
What to Investigate

PART II: SOURCES AND RECORDS
Attracting and Evaluating Sources
An Introduction to Records
Public and Private Records
Zoning, Land Use, and Property Tax Records
Court Records, Police Records, and the Law Itself
Election Fraud

PART III: TECHNIQUES
Approaching and Interviewing Sources
Abbreviated Investigations
Confronting the Principal
Gadgets
Dropping the Investigation
Wrinting Investigative Stories
Objectivity
Getting the Story Published
Keeping the Heat On

APPENDIX: INVESTIGATIVE EXAMPLES
Example 1: The Four Seasons Saga
Example 2: The Auto Towing Caper
Example 3: Land-Use Planning
Example 4: Ethics in Journalism
Example 5: The Patronage System
Example 6: The Hoffa Case

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