Solution Journalism Network
Constructive Journalism has an image problem
Do professionals support constructive journalism?
From describing problems to providing perspectives.
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2. Why we need to keep fossil fuels in the grond – the Guardian:
Presentation Jasper Koning
Presentation Doug Wilks
Presentation Liesbeth Hermans
Presentation Maarten Corten
Presentation Karen McIntyre
Let’s fix a nursery home.
Bas Mesters, dean of the department of journalism at Windesheim University of applied science: introduction to the conference
“It is so exciting to have you here, to take part in this very important discussion about journalism in these very complex times.”
What instruments and methods to use when practicing constructive journalism? This was the theme of the panels ‘Tools of the Trade’ during the Constructive Journalism Conference of 2 December 2016 at Windesheim University.
What did visitors consider most interesting? Here’s a round-up of the what has been published about #CJC16, the first international conference on constructive journalism.
How can constructive approaches strengthen contact and interaction with and within your community? This question lied at the heart of this session, where four speakers gave convincing examples but also raised questions on the issue of involvement: how far can you go?
This panel discussion focused on the research field surrounding constructive journalism. Four outstanding scholars present their digging into the theory of constructive journalism as well as results form previous research, work in progress and research plans for the futrure. Among the speakers are the first PhD. graduate on Constructive Journalism and the first professor of Constructive Journalism in the world.