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What are the most important principles of solutions journalism?
A: Doing evidence-based reporting on systemic responses to social problems
B: Doing reporting on a model that is being used now to counter a problem, and the effects that it is producing
C: Doing reporting on problems and their effects on societies
How does solutions journalism differ from journalism that only focuses on problems?
A: It leaves the audience inspired rather than depressed, by engaging citizens along the way
B: It tells the whole story and balances the image of the world with truthful and a more complete perspective
C: It focuses on the failures of current systems and how citizens are displeased
How do you report on a solution to your readers according to the solutions journalism principles?
A: Provide the evidence of impact in a way that makes the model replicable to its readers (how does the model work)
B: Focus your reporting on the person behind the solution
C: Discuss the limitations and caveats of the response
How do you identify an issue of concern that can be addressed through solutions journalism?
A: It is an issue that can be broken down to a specific problem
B: It is an issue that is very broad and covers a wide range of problems
C: The particular problem can be connected with a particular solution
How do you know what is missing from public conversation that could be addressed through solutions journalism?
A: There is a lack of people talking about positive change that people have brought by their responses to a problem
B: There is a lack of awareness about the inner-workings of these responses and why they work
C: There is not enough awareness on decision-makers not doing anything on solving a problem