Traducción de muckraking en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈməkˌreɪkɪŋ/ /ˈmʌkreɪkɪŋ/


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    this newspaper specializes in muckraking este periódico se especializa en escándalos
    • Do you have any muckraking journalists over there?
    • They want you to think they're just investigating muckraking fools and tracked down this bust through a series of astute analyses and fancy footwork, when probably the total extent of their exertion was picking up a phone.
    • They didn't want to inflame the envy of common people; they didn't want to expose themselves to muckraking scrutiny; they didn't want to endanger the security of their families.
    • That doesn't mean it shouldn't be done simply because this kind of muckraking exacerbates cynicism about public officials.
    • It includes samples of muckraking, the classic literature of exposure of a hundred years ago, as well as generic muckraking - investigative reporting.
    • This week on the Media Report we talk to prominent US journalists trying to halt the slide from genuine investigation to sensationalist muckraking.
    • Mainstream journalists used to leave such muckraking to the denizens of the swamp where tabloid reporters reside. Not any more.
    • Schlosser does nothing more than repackage some of the same tired old myths about capitalism that earlier generations of muckraking socialists perpetrated.
    • Rumours and muckraking is the stock in trade of the government and it came out public.
    • But I hope that here we can avoid that kind of simplistic muckraking and have a serious discussion about judicial philosophy.
    • Meanwhile, I await your examples of innuendo, ad hominem attacks, muckraking, uncharity and namecalling in my article.
    • Forgive Green if he's still learning the art of muckraking.
    • To bring it up now is surely muckraking is it not?
    • As usual, Jack has done a first-rate job of muckraking, but there is no way to disguise that boxing is planned savagery.
    • The rest, though is a collection of opinion, commentary and muckraking, with a distinctive conservative bent.
    • It is so unfortunate that there is still a need for journalistic muckraking.
    • The rise of mass-circulation monthly magazines with an appreciative, national middle-class audience in the 1890s brought yet another sign of the reporter's authority: muckraking.
    • Since then, the magazine has gained fame for its relentless muckraking.
    • Like old-fashioned muckraking, smearing people for political advantage is nothing new but it has recently become ‘respectable’ enough for the smearing to be done proudly, with no holds barred.
    • Instead, Snider's point is that both sides settle for easy answers to complex problems, finding their solution in pointless blame-placing and muckraking.