Lesson Overview

Research matters. How are views of Chocolate, good and bad, are formed from research - or lack there of - in stories, from Little Red Riding Hood to Disney to the Reverant. Why good stories are harder but necessary if we're to be good stewards and why research should be a universal skill, not one solely of the academics.

Goal

  • Understand the value of good research in storytelling and journalism
  • Determine how research has evolved/devolved
  • Know the difference between good and bad research

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Perspectives

Economy

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Ecosystems

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Ethics

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Resources

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Stewardship

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Introduction to research

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