Journalism that required costuming or even physical transformation by reporters reporting on racial, ethnic, gender or social groups not their own.
Waste, fraud, graft, laxity, dilapidated conditions, corruption: Reporters have often used undercover tactics to investigate.
These are stings to expose scam artists, quacks and hucksters who prey on the needs or naivete of their customers, clients, or patients.
Reporters have worked as migrant laborers and shadowed undocumented workers crossing the border into the United States.
A digital entry for the undercover annals.
Journalists have devised any number of ruses to get inside hospitals and clinics -- as patients or staff members.
Reporters have worked as guards or gotten themselves arrested -- sometimes with the aid of authorities and sometimes without -- to investigate conditions inside prisons and jails.
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