THE OBSTRUCTING OF INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST ACTIVITIES A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN INDIA AND VIETNAM

Mr. Sam Vu Thang, Dr. Sapna M. S.

Abstract


In the present study, the authors study obstructing investigative journalist activities between India in Vietnam. The total sample in this study is 500 investigative journalists in both contries India and VIetnam. Sampling has a balance between age groups, gender, job experience and type of media. Through surveying investigative journalists and interviews in-depth, this study has listed six groups that hinder, analyze and find new issues related to investigative journalists' professional operations. In addition, a preliminary assessment of its impact on investigative journalists.


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