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The Art of Investigative Reporting (Second Edition) by Chinenye Nwabueze

Title: The Art of Investigative Reporting (Second Edition)

Author: Chinenye Nwabueze

Year of Publication: 2012

Pages: 241

Publisher: TopShelve

Brief Info:

This book discusses the basics of investigative reporting as a specialized area of journalism. It adopts reader-friendly presentation style to explain the meaning of and approaches to investigative reporting, including how to succeed in this very tasking career path. It is a very good teaching manual for lecturers handling investigative reporting courses and a learning guide for students and journalists who wish to successfully navigate the terrains of investigative journalism in Nigeria and other parts of the world.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction: Definition of Reporting
  2. Investigative Reporting (Definition)
  3. The Investigative Reporter
  4. Sources of Investigative Stories
  5. Stumbling Blocks in Investigative Reporting
  6. Investigative Interviewing
  7. Steps in Investigative Reporting
  8. Writing an Investigative Report
  9. Elements of Style in Investigative Reporting
  10. Terrains of Investigative Reporting
  11. Photography in Investigative Reporting
  12. Investigating the Budget
  13. The Internet and Investigative Reporting
  14. Legal Issues in Investigative Reporting
  15. Ethical Issues in Investigative Reporting


To order this book, contact: 08033217717


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About Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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