Karis Balôck: "I wonder if a systematic and qualitative approach to "problems Journalism" exists ? Reporting accurately on problems may also be the pathway to better solutions journalism." Yes, we teach some of these aspects at high school level, we look at different kinds of reporting on the same issue and evaluate them in a comparative analysis. We look at the lexical field and the information that is given (or not)... we look at the cultural bias for example... I mean, there is an etiquette in journalism, but it's outrageously easy to find "reporters" stepping all over it.
Blayne Thornton Thornton
Very well put explanations on how to set up and for creating a Solutions Journalism Story. A great tool to use if you are starting out.
I wonder if a systematic and qualitative approach to "problems Journalism" exists ? Reporting accurately on problems may also be the pathway to better solutions journalism.
I'm preparing for my first solution journalism story and I find this really helpful.
Very interesting. I am attracted to SJ. I am in.
I found this meaningful. Thank you
"Follow your questions. Every story I’ve ever done really comes from one place. What am I curious about? What am I interested in? What seems strange to me? What do I want to know about? That’s it. That’s where you start. What’s intriguing to you? What seems like a screaming problem or an area nobody has looked at? That’s the first place to look. Solutions journalism is just telling a wider story. Fill out the other side. What is the problem..."