EPQ - Investigative Journalism and Crime

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  • Investigative Journalism and Crime -EPQ
    • Financial Implications
      • Cost of Justice System
        • BBC - £8000 per day for trial
          • Are the government too lenient towards journalism?
          • Do the rules need changing?
      • BT fined for breach of rules
        • £42m fine, largest penalty for a media outlet
    • Ethics
      • SPJ - Society of professional Journalists
        • PETA - "holocaust metaphor" case
          • Case Studies
            • Ian Tomlinson
            • Jimmy Mubenga
            • Damien Nettles - BBC Documentary
            • Stephen Lawrence
              • Newspaper enforcing the law via headlines
                • Is that ethically acceptable?
                • Should media do this more?
            • Talylor Sister's crime
              • Negatively impacted by media
              • Wrongly accused by the media
            • Trials affected by Media
              • REGINA v MCCANN 1991
                • Hindered by Media attention
              • REGINA v STONE 2001
                • Shows the media's negative imapct on crime
        • Media Foul Ball - Identity Exposure case
          • Case Studies
            • Ian Tomlinson
            • Jimmy Mubenga
            • Damien Nettles - BBC Documentary
            • Stephen Lawrence
              • Newspaper enforcing the law via headlines
                • Is that ethically acceptable?
                • Should media do this more?
            • Talylor Sister's crime
              • Negatively impacted by media
              • Wrongly accused by the media
            • Trials affected by Media
              • REGINA v MCCANN 1991
                • Hindered by Media attention
              • REGINA v STONE 2001
                • Shows the media's negative imapct on crime
      • How can Journalism affect criminal trials?
        • Contact Law - Adverse Media Attention
        • Crown Prosecution Service
          • States laws of how a trial can be deemed 'unfair'
      • NUJ - National Union of Journalists
        • How far can Journalists push the rules before breaking the law?
          • Bureau of Investigative Journalism
      • EthicNet - Code of conduct for UK Journalism
        • How far can Journalists push the rules before breaking the law?
          • Bureau of Investigative Journalism
    • Forms of Investigative Journalism
      • Growth of the Internet
        • Fake News?
          • Journalism vs Politicians - Influence of US President
      • Citizen Journalism
        • Journalists and Activists in Middle East - Aljazeera
        • Can Journalists be activists?
          • Risks
          • Benefits
      • Impact of technology - CCTV?
        • Telegraph - 7 out of 10 murders solved via CCTV
        • Does this restrict journalists?
      • Social Media
        • CNN - Police use S.M  as a crime fighting tool
          • Perhaps social media and it's users can be used for info
        • Paul Lewis - solved 2 crimes via social media
          • Perhaps social media and it's users can be used for info
      • Documentary forms

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