Corruption, Right On! Hidden Cameras, Cynical Satire, and Banal Intimacies of Anti-corruption

@article{Musaraj2018CorruptionRO,
  title={Corruption, Right On! Hidden Cameras, Cynical Satire, and Banal Intimacies of Anti-corruption},
  author={Smoki Musaraj},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2018},
  volume={59},
  pages={S105 - S116}
}
Since 2002, the satirical investigative television show Fiks Fare (“Right On!” or “Exactly”) has aired immediately after prime-time news at a leading national broadcasting network in Albania. Through sting operations and cynical satire, the show tells the raw story of everyday experiences of corruption in Albanian society—from daily interactions with low-level public administration officers to the backroom deals of high-level officials. Over the years, Fiks Fare has endured as an effective… Expand
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