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  • explores
  • This report explores potential impacts of local solutions journalism, particularly for underrepresented and stigmatized communities. (cjr.org)
  • Solutions journalism explores responses to systemic social problems-critically examining problem solving efforts that have the potential to scale. (cjr.org)
  • journalists
  • Increasingly, players from media icons to entrepreneurially minded journalists believe the answer to the latter question is "yes," and they see serving that audience as a new opportunity for explanatory journalism-a style of reporting that explains an issue in a straightforward, accessible style. (brookings.edu)
  • work
  • Journalism is notorious for requiring hard-work and dedication, and our journalism projects in South and Central America are ideal for you if you want to start on the road to your dream job. (frontier.ac.uk)
  • Media
  • Media outlets have often used horse-race journalism with the intent of making elections appear more competitive and thus increasing the odds of gaining larger audiences while covering election campaigns . (wikipedia.org)
  • In follow-up to a community-based media project in South Los Angeles, six focus groups with forty-eight African-American and Latino residents examined how participants responded to the solutions journalism format. (cjr.org)
  • News
  • Focus group participants said they would be more likely to seek out news and share stories if solutions journalism were more common, and many noted that our sample stories helped them envision a way to become personally involved in community problem solving. (cjr.org)
  • level
  • However, little research has explored solutions journalism at the local level or in stigmatized communities. (cjr.org)
  • local
  • Not only will you have the chance to take in the sights and sounds of the country, but you'll be working with a local newspaper on a journalism internship during your gap year in South and Central America . (frontier.ac.uk)