The rise of solutions journalism

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Author: Susan Benesch
Date: March-April 1998
From: Columbia Journalism Review(Vol. 36, Issue 6)
Publisher: Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism
Document Type: Article
Length: 2,876 words

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Abstract :

Journalists have traditionally reported on problems in society. Now they are reporting more on solutions. Stories have dealt with solutions for the availability of guns, inadequate health care, housing, and poor education. Journalists need to make sure that, in writing such stories, they are viewed as objective reporters and not as advocates for social programs.

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Source Citation
Benesch, Susan. "The rise of solutions journalism." Columbia Journalism Review, vol. 36, no. 6, Mar.-Apr. 1998, pp. 36+. Accessed 24 Sept. 2021.
  

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