Meet the Solutions Journalism Advisory Council | by Solutions Journalism | Nov, 2022 | The Whole Story

It would seem that providing ‘solutions’ would be a basic of journalism, but that has raised the issue in the past of ‘objectivity.’ It raises the danger of the reporter taking on an advocacy role and that is wrong, but it is also providing advice and there’s nothing wrong with that. It brings in mindContinue reading “Meet the Solutions Journalism Advisory Council | by Solutions Journalism | Nov, 2022 | The Whole Story”

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

This may be one of the best journalism research and analysis sites in the world.  As you can tell by the URL address, it is based in the United Kingdom. However, its span of coverage is worldwide, somewhat like the UK’s BBC.  That is good, of course… up to a point. American journalists may wantContinue reading “Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism”

Confidence in U.S. Institutions Down; Average at New Low

Americans are in a funk. It’s an old-fashioned word but it is probably as accurate a description as any of the mood of the people.  The approval rating for just about every institution is down. The only difference is one of degree — small, large or HUGE. The approval rating for President Joe Biden showedContinue reading “Confidence in U.S. Institutions Down; Average at New Low”

Humanities – National Endowment for the Humanities – Google Books

From A Skeptic’s Guide to Believing the News – by Thomas Griffith Who wants the truth and nothing but the truth?  A steady diet of truth would sear the stomach lining; falsity is essential to our wellbeing and permeates our lives.   Businessmen tell the hard truths about their doings only to the extent requiredContinue reading “Humanities – National Endowment for the Humanities – Google Books”