This article does summarize the news from this study, but it does it too quickly. The article could be better if it used more sources to explain the finding and if it talked more about the repercussions of the finding.
This story is good because it uses a lot of scientific evidence. A lot of different studies are cited and the researcher gave a lot of good, not dry quotes. By explaining the study, the author makes the psychological news seem more reliable. The hard facts help this soft science article more factual.
This article is very interesting to read, but I feel like it lacks hard facts. There are not many experts quoted and there is not a lot of hard data explaining the project. This could be due to the limited information available on this project, but it makes the article less credible.
Using Madison really added personality to the story because it gave a face to the issue. There was a variety of experts cited or quoting which added a lot of credibility to the piece. I would recommend this article to friends.
This is a very insightful article that brings attention to the not very popular traditional journalism. He has a strong opinion and his clear voice comes across well. It is a good article to raise awareness of the downfalls of real-time reporting, while also acknowledging its positives.
This story shows the news values of currency, impact, and timeliness. It shows currency and impact because global warming is a very important and hot issue that impacts the entire world. It also is timeliness because the conference just occurred.