Günter Wallraff - Investigativer Journalist oder Boulevard-Reporter? (German Edition) ePub download
by Christoph Groß
- ISBN: 3656089361
- ISBN13: 978-3656089360
- ePub: 1112 kb | FB2: 1514 kb
- Language: German
- Category: Performing Arts
- Publisher: GRIN Publishing (December 29, 2011)
- Pages: 40
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Start by marking Günter Wallraff – Investigativer Journalist oder Boulevard-Reporter? . Dabei soll zunächst der Mensch und Journalist Günter Wallraff vorgestellt werden, um anhand der Kritik an seiner Person die Fragestellung zu begründen.
Start by marking Günter Wallraff – Investigativer Journalist oder Boulevard-Reporter?: Am Beispiel „Der Aufmacher – Der Mann der bei ‚Bild‘ Hans Esser war as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. Anschließend erfolgt eine Einführung in den die beiden Journalismen, um Wallraff hinsichtlich des Themas der Arbeit einordnen zu können.
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Günter Wallraff is a German writer and undercover journalist. Wallraff would construct a fictional identity so that he was not recognisable as a journalist. In this way, he created books which denounce what he considers to be social injustices and which try to provide readers with new insights into the way in which society works. lt;/p
Günter Wallraff (born 1 October 1942 in Burscheid, Rhine Province) is a German writer and undercover journalist.
The undercover reporter's unconventional methods have won him both friends - and enemies. Wallraff's work has become very significant for German journalists. He was the fake reporter Hans Esser at Germany's leading tabloid Bild, the pretend-Turkish immigrant worker Ali who worked at McDonald's and a Thyssen steel plant. His books, published in the 1970s and 80s, about the inhuman working conditions at the newspaper and the unacceptable conditions that immigrants work under for huge companies made Günter Wallraff famous. There have been other investigative journalists before and after him, but few have put as much dedication into their work.
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Wallraff would construct a fictional identity so that he was not recognisable as a journalist.