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by James L. Aucoin

Free eBook The Evolution of American Investigative Journalism download ISBN: 0826216153
Author: James L. Aucoin
Publisher: University of Missouri (January 31, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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James L. Aucoin is Associate Professor of Communications at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. He is the author of Water in Nebraska: Uses, Politics, Policies.

Most important, it is historiography that exemplifies excellent story telling. Fred Blevens, coauthor of The Twilight of Press Freedom: The Rise of People’s Journalism. James L.

Aucoin begins by discussing in detail the tradition of investigative journalism from the colonial era through the golden age of muckraking in the 1900s, and into the 1960s.

Aucoin, James, entries on the history of investigative journalism, pamphlets, and adless newspapers for History of the Mass Media in the United States: An Encyclopedia, by Margaret A. Blanchard, ed. (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998). Aucoin, James, entries on Paul Y. Anderson, Charles K. McClatchy, Raymond Clapper, and Herbert L. Matthews, American National Biography, by John A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes, eds.

Beginning with America s first newspaper, investigative reporting has provided journalism with its most significant achievements and challenging controversies

Beginning with America s first newspaper, investigative reporting has provided journalism with its most significant achievements and challenging controversies. Yet it was an ill-defined practice until the 1960s when it emerged as a potent voice in newspapers and on television news programs.

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Therefore, this much needed text fills a historical hole of significant proportion, and it brings as much attention to media function as it does to media history

Therefore, this much needed text fills a historical hole of significant proportion, and it brings as much attention to media function as it does to media history.

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James Aucoin, The Evolution of American Investigative Journalism (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2005), 19–21. Hazel Dicken-Garcia, Journalistic Standards in Nineteenth-Century America (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1989), 10. oogle Scholar. J. Herbert Altschull, From Milton to McLuhan: The Ideas Behind American Journalism (New York: Longman, 1990), 157Google Scholar. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. You can find experts by looking at sources quoted on the Internet, in other materials on your subject, or through books they have written on the subject. Investigative Journalism Manual Chapter 6. Crowdsourcing in Investigative Journalism. Griffith Book of Investigative Journalism. Publishers can often provide contact addresses for their expert authors.

Beginning with America’s first newspaper, investigative reporting has provided journalism with its most significant achievements and challenging controversies. Yet it was an ill-defined practice until the 1960s when it emerged as a potent voice in newspapers and on television news programs. In The Evolution of American Investigative Journalism, James L. Aucoin provides readers with the first comprehensive history of investigative journalism, including a thorough account of the founding and achievements of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE).