Byline: Edward Wasserman; 2005-05-17; Miami Herald; pages 1
Report: Undercover Journalism DebatedArticle Links
". . .The profession has turned against false pretenses. The reasons vary. There’s an unease about deception: If your job is to tell the truth you shouldn’t be lying. That seems high-minded, but it’s a cheap way around deciding whether the truth you’re after might justify the dissembling required to get it. . ."
Description:Ed Wasserman describes the changes happening within the art of investigative reporting by giving a few examples.
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