The work of groups such as James O'Keefe's Project Veritas and Lila Rose's LiveAction and their undercover operations.
Among the most common of poses: journalists who elect to live as tramps, the homeless, or the abject poor.
Reporters have taken the undercover route from slaughterhouses and chicken- and pork-processing plants to fast-food chains and supermarkets to understand the system.
Reporters encounter or inhabit the lives of very hard-laboring others.
A digital entry for the undercover annals.
Reporters have presented as teachers or students to get an inside view of what goes on in schools and colleges.
Since the 1870s, journalists have been posing as patients or attendants to expose horrid conditions and treatment inside mental hospitals. Nellie Bly, incidentally, was not the first.
Journalists from the United States and Australia get inside the post-Civil War practice of recruiting Pacific Islanders to work the world's non-U.S. plantations on extended contracts of indenture.
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