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Revealing problems, pointing fingers, and creating impact: A survey of investigative reporters/editors regarding journalistic impact

by Nicole Dahmen and Brent Walth | While investigative reporting is historically impact-oriented, there is a dearth of academic scholarship as to what journalists seek and expect when it comes to generating impact. Using data from a national survey of investigative reporters/editors, this research develops a more holistic conceptualization of journalistic impact.

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