The nature of news is a complex matter. While the Government initiates most news stories, it is usually dominated by figures from Interest groups. It may surprise you to know that weather is also newsworthy. The weather in your area affects your daily routine, as well as your ability to enjoy outdoor activities. However, there is one thing that you can’t ignore about news: it appeals to our emotions. Read on to learn more about the different types of news.
Human interest stories appeal to emotions
There are several types of human interest stories. Most often, the focus is on background characters during pivotal events in history. A story on the people behind the 9/11 attacks would be a human interest story. Another type of human interest story is an “expose,” which focuses on a fascinating but historically unimportant story. Regardless of the genre, human interest stories appeal to the emotions of news consumers. A few tips for writing human interest stories include following these four principles.
Interest group figures make up most of the news
Most journalists aren’t inclined to investigate the activities of interest groups, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. They are not able to access records, so they take their members’ word for it. A recent study reveals that the Sierra Club receives more coverage than any other group in four different policy areas: environmental, national security, foreign policy, and civil rights. In addition, the Christian Coalition of America and Council on Foreign Relations are both heavily covered, although in smaller amounts.
Weather affects daily routine
Weather can have a profound effect on human mood and routine. The amount of impact will vary with geography. For example, Seattle may experience more negative effects from extreme weather than sunny Miami. The effects of weather on humans may depend on your “weather personality.”
Bugs threaten crops
Plant bugs are one of the most common threats to our agricultural crops. While many of these insects are native to Asia, some have been imported to the United States. The term “bug” is also used to describe any of the 50,000 or so insect species that are found in North America. The most common of these are the aphids and whiteflies, which feed on the sap and flower parts of plants. In addition to destroying the aesthetic value of crops, these pests also spread diseases and harmful viruses.
Archbishop’s views form policy of the Church
While the Catholic Church’s teachings may fall on either end of the political spectrum, the Church’s moral teachings should not be ignored or selectively used for partisan purposes. Nevertheless, the Church encourages all Catholics to participate in political life, particularly in these troubled times. Here are some of the key issues it should consider when voting for a candidate: