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The book succeeds in demystifying investigative reporting, taking readers behind the scenes of investigative stories. The author clearly did her homework; the book is packed with examples from historical and recent investigations. [It] is an impressive and much-needed resource for students and journalists interested in investigative reporting. --Rachele Kanigel, San Francisco State University
This is the best text on investigative reporting that I have seen. . . . It is a nice bridge from old-style investigations into an era of new tools and techniques --Dave Poulson, Michigan State University
About the Author
Marcy Burstiner is an assistant professor of journalism and mass communication at Humboldt State University where she teaches investigative and public affairs reporting. She is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc., a board member of the California Collegiate Media Association and the founder of the Center for Campus Investigations, a Web site and clearinghouse for college students interested in doing investigative reporting at their student or community newspapers. She jumped into her professional journalism career as an assistant editor for The Multinational Monitor, a non-profit magazine founded by Ralph Nader. Before joining the faculty at Humboldt State, she was an assistant managing editor for financial magazine The Deal and a senior writer for the online financial newsite TheStreet.com.
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