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REVIEW: Journal of Pacific History, “Undercover Reporting: The Truth About Deception”

“She proceeds to make her case in detail: over almost 300 pages of text and 175 pages of notes and bibliography.” continue reading

ARTICLE: “Journalists Go Undercover to Report on Slavery”

“Telling true stories about slavery often requires the use of surreptitious techniques.” continue reading

PODCAST: Radio National (Australia) Media Report: “History of Undercover Reporting”

“. . . Brooke has written a history of the genre and has assembled a database of (mainly American) undercover journalism. But two of her earliest examples are Australian. . . . ” continue reading