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Constructive Journalism – a novel approach to making news

BY Volker Janssen | 14-May-2018
German University of Applied Sciences, HMKW's 3-week intensive course introduces students to the concepts of Constructive Journalism and offers them the opportunity to produce their own constructive journalism stories. @hmkwofficial
Constructive Journalism is a novel approach to covering news stories. It provides greater context, focuses on solutions and reports on problems in more constructive ways. It does so through a combination of rigorous reporting and empirical findings from psychology and communications science. The goal: to engage and empower news audiences. And to counter the crisis-focus and negativity that has come to dominate much of the mass media's news coverage.

HMKW's 3-week intensive course introduces students to the concepts of Constructive Journalism and offers them the opportunity to produce their own constructive journalism stories. The program is delivered in English and intended for students with a keen interest in journalism as well as journalism professionals.

This Summer School is a unique opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of this new trend in journalism, to team up with curious young people from all over the world and to have a lot of fun in one of Europe's most exciting cities. Come to Berlin and help make journalism great again!

HURRY! Applications will be accepted until May 31, 2018. The program commences from July 2-20, 2018 at our Berlin campus.

For further details, please go to http://www.hmkw.de/en/summer-school/