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Should The Media Be Forced To Report More Positive News?
The media should be forced to report more positive news.
The media exaggerates negative stories
for selfish reasons.
Exaggerating the negative can lead to
mental health issues
Focusing on more positive news will make people more optimistic about the world.
Only reporting on negative stories inaccurately portrays the world, as there are many good things that occur everyday.
Negative world views tend to become self fulfilling prophecies.
A free and open media should be supported.
Dropping negativity could lead to the failure of the journalism industry, and many people could lose jobs.
Positive news stories are rarely as important as negative ones.
Forcing journalists to reallocate their resources on fluff stories will only serve to remove accountability for public officials.
Most positive news stories act as a form of public relations, which is not the function of journalism.
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