Student’s Name: Instructor’s Name: Subject: Date: Chemical Fallout: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the BPA story Question 1 Journalists should have some training or education on the field while writing about a specific field that is medicine law or finance to come up with the evidence to defend their work and to write relevant content to produce an excellent investigative story. This will help to avoid misconception like the case of Milwaukee Katches wanted the team to find out for themselves and not to repeat the various claims made about BPA from the investigation and the team had to be trained to present both side of the I would go through all the findings brought by the team experts and interviewers to decide the right argument and not relying on one side of the research. I would include both the sides of the conclusions. I would use the following steps in the decision-making process; first I would gather all the information from the experts and the team. Second identify the alternatives from the information by choosing the ones which are favorable. Third evaluate the evidence by weighing them then choose the best alternative. Finally take action and then review my decisions. Work cited The Journalism School: Knight Case Studies Initiatives. Columbia University. CSJ-09-0017.0. [...]
*12 FONT* YOU HAVE TO READ AND ANSWER THE CASE STUDY QUESTIONS. (IT HAS TO BE DETAILED AND IN CASE STUDY FORMAT) A PARAGRAPH OR MORE PER QUESTION.