Compare how two of the following works make creative use of techniques usually associated with fiction: “What Killed Aiyana Stanley-Jones?” and “The Rape of Petty Officer Blumer”

Compare how two of the following works make creative use of techniques usually associated with fiction: “What Killed Aiyana Stanley-Jones?” and “The Rape of Petty Officer Blumer”

Many journalists realize that good non-fiction can often draw on techniques usually associated with fiction. These techniques can include the use of a subjective, personal voice, the development of strong characters, the creation of tension and suspense, etc. Compare how two of the following works make creative use of techniques usually associated with fiction: “What Killed Aiyana Stanley-Jones?” and “The Rape of Petty Officer Blumer”.
link to the first article:
http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2010/11/aiyana-stanley-jones-detroit
link to the second article:
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-rape-of-petty-officer-blumer-20130214?print=true

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