JRN 445 (SA)

Investigative Journalism: In-depth Reporting

Joe Stephens

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In this seminar students will learn the sophisticated reporting, research and writing techniques that investigative reporters use to root out corruption in public and private institutions. While learning to produce compelling news pieces, students will discover how these tools can be used to advantage in other fields and in everyday life. In addition to exploring new models of journalism (crowdsourcing, social networking, etc.), they will meet with some of the nation's most successful investigative journalists.

If the course fills, you may email Margo Bresnen, Journalism Program Manager, at mbresnen@princeton.edu to be put on a waitlist. Please include a paragraph explaining your interest in the course.


View this course on the Registrar’s website.

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