Learning principles and applications of investigative reporting

by | Nov 21, 2011 | News

Quezon City, 21 November 2011. An Investigative Reporting module (Journ 210) is now offered to MA in Journalism students enrolled during the second semester, school year 2011-2012.


The course, which began  on 7 November 2011, examines theories, principles and practices of investigative journalism, and explores the various ethical and practical issues related to these.


It includes actual investigation by students of events/issues concerning a country or countries in Asia, using investigative tools and techniques learned in class.


Luz Rimban, a trustee of Vera Files, teaches the course. An MA in Journalism alumna (2007), she is one of six veteran Filipino journalists, who is taking a deeper look into current Philippine issues. Their articles are published under Vera Files.

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