AbstractThe objective of this work is to discuss the eﬀ ective gains journalism could have with the introduction of scientiﬁ c research methods as tools for journalistic data veriﬁ cation. For this, we will analyze some experiments that characterize speciﬁ c modalities of this application, for the purpose of raising open questions about the conception of journalism, research in journalism, and the increasing of reporting techniques.
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