I'm a high school senior at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, PA, where my Globalization class is using NewsTrust.net in our studies.
This is not quality journalism, because this is a story about something that is fairly irrelevant to the world. It's not really news, more like a magazine article.
This is a good article because it is short, factual, and to the point. What it lacks is a view from the other side of this conflict.
This story is straight to the point, and I think that makes it a good article and quality journalism.
This story has a lot of information, but it doesn't make many connections or cite many sources.
Although this isn't really big or necessarily important news, this article is a good framework for other articles.
This story is more like a short biography than a news article. It's very informative, but doesn't focus on a current event or cite any experts.
This story is very informative, but it's not insightful, and therefore those who read it take nothing from it.
This is quality journalism because it is a fair story about a controversial issue.
This article doesn't give any background information.
This story is hard to follow as it doesn't have one main idea or issue. There is not enough background information for a reader to understand the article.
This story is quality journalism because it gives both parties a voice, describing the points of view of the dump owner as well as the concerned neighbors whose children are getting sick.
This is not quality journalism, because what is said in a page long article could be said in a sentence or two.
This is quality journalism because it is a factual article about a pressing issue in a region of the world.
The story mostly sources the victim of the killing, but few people in the Turkey government. It's pretty fair and factual.
Well sourced and insightful.
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