Muckraking in Philippines

Tiglao, Rigoberto
September 1998
Nieman Reports;Fall98, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p64
Presents information as it pertains to the mass media in the Philippines. Perceptions of the Philippine press; Reference to the author's involvement in journalism; Details on the funding of journalism in the Philippines; Information on a number of persons involved in journalism who died during the 20th century. INSETS: Chaning of the Guard at Nieman Reports;Book Awards to Honor Lukas.


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