Jr Semianr: Expos� and Reform: Case Studies in Investigation An exploration of the cultural work and real-world consequences of journalistic representation in an interdisciplinary context. The class is organized around investigative case studies-journalistic pieces that have exposed an unjust, criminal, or socially problematic situation and helped precipitate the remedy for that situation. Students' work in the class culminates in their own analytic and applied journalism projects. Prerequisites: JOURN*100, JOURN*200, and permission of the instructor. Distribution Requirements: None.