Examples of disclosure articles

Examples of articles of disclosure, are texts that prior to a proper investigation are published.

They need an investigation in which the author will give an account of the background that led to the publication of the article and its veracity.

Examples of scientific articles

Scientists as examples of dissemination articles are mostly short stories written in such a way that they can be read by the general public and transmitted in written or audiovisual media, so they can be digital or printed.

They explain discoveries, ideas, concepts or facts about technology or science.

Parts of the dissemination articles

The disclosure article begins with a header that consists of a small phrase that attracts reading.

Then the development continues or the body as the most important part where the content is expanded with a language that is easy to understand, and at the same time true, for which sources are cited in order to verify this truth.

Finally, the conclusion is cited, exposing the conclusions of the investigation in a clear and concise manner without repetition of details that were included in the content or body.

Example of disclosure article:

Television channels

In television channels you can find a clear example of them:

Discovery Channel or Animal Planet are two examples and even as a graphic medium. National Geographic is a magazine as well as a television channel, where different examples of scientific dissemination are carried out.

The information is carried out from scientific journalism. The journalist discloses the knowledge generated by researchers and scientists, that is to say that it fulfills the role of mediator between the researcher or scientist and the public.

The journalist has a greater plasticity of language as a social communicator with respect to the researcher, since it is limited to technical terms that are not understood by the large mass of the public, while the journalist can make a scientific dissemination in such a way that it can be understood by all the public at all levels without using technicalities, without the information being distorted by the lack of use of these technical terms.

How the disclosure articles are made

First you must always remember that you will write it in a colloquial language, all the technical words you will have to express without being governed by the technicality, use your own words respecting the veracity of the source.

Then organize your ideas, decide on what you are going to write and how you will do it.

Make a sketch like this:

  • Write a sentence about your idea and how you will present the article.
  • In that sentence it makes clear your goal, that is, the reason for that article.
  • Think about the audience that will receive and read your article.
  • Think of no more than four subtitles that you will add.
  • Start writing, dump what you have in mind and then correct it.

Write but do not exaggerate, it should be a small article of no more than six double-spaced pages.

Discard everything that can extend the text, remove all kinds of contraption that will extend without meaning.

Write to persuade but without giving a sermon.

Transcribe your idea, a single idea not a set of them, because you will not be writing a book.

Read examples of narrative texts to observe the difference.

Example 1 of disclosure articles:

The Internet

If we talk about an invention about information and communication, the Internet has been the most important thing for all people worldwide. Nowadays it has become an important and indispensable tool, including both in the workplace and in education. No one would be able to miss this technological advance.

But as such in turn carries a cost at a sociological and ecological level. On the one hand there is a disconnection between people, since it is no longer necessary to travel or move from home to meet friends, because all this can be done through the Internet.

At the ecological level there is also a planetary damage, because it needs an infrastructure with a waste of resources between switches, routers, servers, fiber optics and devices that are used to transmit the information that arrives at the screen of the computer and other gadgets.

All this according to an article published in New Scientist, the use of the Internet exceeds 150 million kilowatts per hour per year. When personal computers are connected, 2% of carbon dioxide emissions are produced, a percentage similar to that which affects the aviation industry.

This pollution can be reduced, as the report indicates, by migrating the energy matrix in favor of the use of renewable energies with better computers that do not consume so much energy and that in turn can take advantage of the energy consumed.

A single search of a website causes 200 milligrams of carbon dioxide, as indicated by Google.

It also indicates the Internet giant that a thousand searches generate an amount of carbon dioxide equal to that caused by a car that travels a kilometer.

With the increase in the sale of computers, The Climate Group indicates that in the year 2020, 1.4 gigas of carbon dioxide will be generated per year.

In conclusion, although the figures are alarming and taking into account the great climatic changes suffered by the planet Earth, without neglecting the use of the Internet, since no one could consider it, developers should think of a revolutionary technological development transforming the Internet in a development with ecological conscience.

Example 2 of disclosure articles:

The rule of law

The rule of law is promoted by the United Nations because it is considered the main center of this Organization. It is a principle of government by which all entities, institutions and individuals and including the State are subject to publicly promulgated laws making them comply in the same way for all with independence and must also be compatible with international human rights principles and standards.

At the same time it implies the adoption of certain measures that guarantee respect for the law, equality, accountability according to the law, equality in its application with primacy in the division of powers, without arbitrariness and with legal and procedural transparency.

The UN promotes the rule of law at the national and international levels as one of the fundamental aspects of the mission that the United Nations fulfills.

It promotes its respect in order to achieve peace after a conflict thus protecting human rights in pursuit of progress and sustained economic development.

It promotes the principle that the individual and the State conform to publicly promulgated laws by enforcing them equally and independently applied as an essential concept of the work of the United Nations.

In conclusion, the General Assembly approved and disseminated a resolution with the name of Millennium Declaration 55/2, which establishes values and principles in the order that every man and woman has the right to live and establish the upbringing of their children without fear of violence and without hunger. These rights are guaranteed with participatory and democratic governments based on popular will.

Every person and nation has the right to be benefited with development, equality of opportunities and rights.

It also indicates that global problems must be handled with tolerance so that both burdens and costs are fairly distributed according to the principles of social justice and equity. The most benefit should help those who suffer the most.

The resolution also establishes respect for nature in terms of addressing the management of living species and natural resources according to a vision of sustainable development.

Only in this way will the transmission and conservation of wealth for our descendants be possible. It is possible to achieve the modification from patterns that are unsustainable both consumption and production in pursuit of future well-being.

Nowadays it is necessary that globalization can become a positive force for all the individuals of the world, since the benefits are not distributed in the same way.

The organization recognizes that developing countries and those with economies in transition have problems of this kind. Therefore, a greater sustained effort is necessary for the creation of a common future based on a humanity with its diversity, transforming globalization into equitable and inclusive. All this is possible by establishing global measures and policies that address the needs of developing countries, with the participation of their economies and representatives of these countries in economic transition and in the process of development.

The management of social and economic development in the world is a common responsibility as much as threats to international security and peace are. Regarding this, the United Nations is the most representative organization that exists in the world.

At the same time, it establishes the resolution that will make all the necessary efforts for the liberation of the peoples at war and will seek the elimination of the terror that the weapons of mass destruction mean in order that there may be world peace.