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Constructive journalism

Constructive journalism is a domain in journalism that focuses on solutions and possibilities instead of conflict and negativity. It is grounded on positive psychology and includes an answer to “What now?” instead of just the “Who, What, When, Where and How”. My master’s thesis explores constructive news frames of the 2015 European migration. In this page, you will read about my master’s and thesis journey.

The WDIET model to constructive narratives

"Journalists help us understand the world of public affairs beyond our direct experience" - Patterson, 2013 When I set out to write my master's thesis, I didn't realize I would discover a diet. It's not really a weight-reduction plan though. More...
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Constructive journalism and its roots

Since constructive journalism is an emerging domain, not much is written about it. During my preliminary research, I found two books published about the subject, both by journalists from Denmark where it started growing roots: Constructive News (20...
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