Because journalists learn more or less the same techniques throughout the world, the way they tend to present events is fairly predictable. Most press articles fall into two categories: The problem-type article and the new-phenomenon- type article. The problem-type occurs when something has gone wrong and is the object of reporting; In this case you can anticipate that the article will cover the aspects of the problem, its causes, consequences, sometimes as well its solutions. Not necessarily in that order, but at least three of the four series.
The new-phenomenon-type occurs when something new has appeared and is the object of scrutiny. In that case also, aspects will be documented, and almost inevitably, the advantages attached to the new phenomenon, as well as its disadvantages
A typology of press articles
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