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The Journalism of Outrage

Investigative Reporting and Agenda Building in America

David L. Protess, Fay Lomax Cook, Jack C. Doppelt, James S. Ettema, Margaret T. Gordon, Donna R. Leff, and Peter Miller

Paperback
Paperback
June 5, 1992
ISBN 9780898625912
Price: $39.00 $29.25
301 Pages
Size: 6" x 9"
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“An illuminating, lucid, and compelling work.”

Political Science Quarterly


“This is an impressive work, required reading for any student of investigative and public affairs reporting, media ethics, media sociology, or public opinion/political communication. ...Likewise, it should be read in every serious news organization and by anyone with a stake in public policy debates.”

Journalism Quarterly


“This is an impressive work, required reading for any student of investigative and public affairs reporting, media ethics, media sociology, or public opinion/political communication. ...Likewise, it should be read in every serious news organization and by anyone with a stake in public policy debates.”

—D. Charles Whitney in Journalism Quarterly


“All investigative journalists hope to change society for the better, to have a positive impact on the lives of individuals. But rarely do we know if we are making a difference or reporting and writing in vain. THE JOURNALISM OF OUTRAGE helps answer our questions in a systematic, readable way.”

—Steve Weinberg, Editor, The IRE Journal, and Associate Professor of Journalism, University of Missouri-Columbia


“...Two perspectives on journalism—investigative reporting and agenda building—come together in this exciting new book, THE JOURNALISM OF OUTRAGE. This is a creative merger of contemporary case studies, historical background and analysis, and agenda-building theory...”

—Maxwell McCombs, Chairman and Jesse H. Jones Centennial Professor in Communication, University of Texas at Austin
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