Author Archives: alexdebs

About alexdebs

Second year Bachelor of Communications and Media studies student at the University of Wollongong. I am an aspiring journalist with a passion for sport, music and travel.

Research Reflection

Hey and welcome back, finally the project has been completed and BCM212 can be drawn to a close. I’d like to extend a thanks to everyone who helped me with my project and a special shout out to Susan’s Friday … Continue reading

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The effect of Co-curricular on students (sport): Research project update

After much deliberation and conversing with a variety of people, I decided to refine my topic by focussing on sport and the role it plays in the learning of students studying at university level. I have decided to focus on … Continue reading

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What affect does co-curricular activity have on student learning? 

When I think of High School the memories I look upon most fondly are spent playing sport and engaging in various musical events. Whilst a number of my peers found co-curricular activities to be a distraction with the perpetual stress … Continue reading

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Storify Report | Citizen Journalism

Here is the link to Assessment 3 for Journalism 102. https://storify.com/debsyUOW/contemporary-journalism-a-citizen-s-eye

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Week 11 Module

The journalist I have chosen to analyse is Nine Network Foreign Correspondent Peter Stefanovic, his work inspires and interests me as I am interested in the same field in which he works. This particular journalist frequently uses twitter to promote … Continue reading

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Week 7 Module | Photographers who inspire me

Three Photographers that inspire me: Christopher Anderson Born in Canada, 1970 however later grew up in West Texas. He became famous for his work with Haitian refugees that were trying to sail to America, a boat which sank in the … Continue reading

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International Education | Building Foundational Bridges

With diversity, problems can arise. WIth ignorance, these problems are fueled. But is it fair to suggest our educational system, particularly tertiary education, is not as welcoming and considerate of foreign students as it should be? Marginson suggests that “International … Continue reading

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