Report (journalism)

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A report ( English report "report" from Latin reportare "bring back, collect ") is a journalistic form of presentation . The report is more detailed and often more demanding than a report . It is a detailed background report with which a complex interdependence is explained or a collection of messages in which a problem is assessed and possible solutions are shown.

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  1. Journalistic forms of representation - TiK , DOC file, p. 5, Technology in Clear Text (TiK) - Professorship for Text Linguistics and Technology Communication at RWTH Aachen University , April 6, 2004, with reference to: Claudia Mast (Ed.): ABC des Journalismus. Guide to editorial work. UVK 2000. Wi / November 22, 2002