24 Sep For this section of the project, you will need to
For this section of the project, you will need to compile a total of 20 open-ended interview questions: 10 for each interviewee. You are creating these questions in advance so you are prepared for your interview. If you want, you can also provide these questions to your interviewees in advance so they have time to prepare their responses.First, please include the 4 mandatory questions listed below as general questions for both interviews: In your experience, what makes a ‘good’ crime story or courtroom story?How do you check or confirm information you receive while investigating a story?What happens if there is an error in a story?What kind of relationship do you have with law enforcement? The courts?Next, create an additional 6 questions for each of the two interviews. You should have two sets of 10 questions, each of which include the 4 mandatory questions and the 6 questions you have created.Get as much information as you can. Ask open-ended questions thatgive you knowledge of their job specifications. Ask questions abouttheir relationships between media and criminal justice professionals.Develop a good idea of how each entity feels about each other and howthey work together, as either positive or negative.Once you have completed your (in-person or virtual) interviews, youwill summarize the information you obtained in an Interview SummaryReport. The report is a 1 -2 page Word document in which you summarizeyour interview and share your reactions to the interview experience. Remember: You will need separate reports for each interview. Therefore, you should submit a total of two reports.Your report should cover the following points:Details about the crime reporter (or representative) youinterviewed. (Name, background, address and phone number at theorganization; email address if available, etc.)What news organization the crime reporter represents.How or why you chose this crime reporter or agency.How the crime reporter works with the criminal justice system, Adjust details according to what assignment option you chose.Summary of information you gained in your interview/communication. (Include 3 or 4 direct quotes.)Your personal reactions and thoughts about the whole interviewexperience. What was the most interesting thing you learned? Did youlearn anything that disturbed you or that you did not understand? Add a concluding thought. After completing the assignment did anyof your opinions or beliefs change in regards to how crime stories arereported to us?