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adversarial journalism


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A model of reporting in which the journalist's role involves adopting a stance of opposition and a combative style in order to expose perceived wrongdoings. This style is sometimes criticized as being aggressively antagonistic or cynically divisive. See also agonistic style; fourth estate; watchdog; compare advocacy journalism; investigative journalism.

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