Interviews with the Interviewers

Luechtefeld, Lori
May 2003
IRE Journal;May/Jun2003, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p18
Part III. Gives advice on handling confrontations in interviews for journalistic reporting. Attitude a reporter must maintain when faced with a confrontational interviewee; Objectives of a reporter in final interviews; Technique in handling lies uttered by an interviewee. INSET: More tips.


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