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BCM241 Assessment 2: Research Communication

As a public researcher there is much room to express and inform through a number of different platforms. As a writer, it is my duty to ensure that everything I write and reflect on is both true and correct, and … Continue reading

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Week 8: The test; put your damn phone away

This week’s class required the group to consider the effect of multiple technological devices on attention span and cognitive function. Being a student, I gathered the most effective way to measure this would be to devise a test that measures … Continue reading

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Week 6: Ethics of Public Photography

I’m constantly baffled at the smorgasbord of young people around the University of Wollongong campus who have no idea of where there going. I’m not talking about the emotional types who have a few drinks down at The Grand Hotel … Continue reading

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Week 5: Cinema in the 1950’s

This week the discussion focussed much on the current era of cinema and film. After a reflective conversation with my grandmother I learned the vast differences that existed in cinemas of the past. In the mid 20th century, cinema was … Continue reading

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Week 4: Assignment Pitch – ‘Separation Anxiety’

My parents always taught me that if you’re having a conversation with someone, you do everything you can to look them in the eye, and you certainly don’t use your phone in front of them. In this hyper-connected world, I … Continue reading

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Week 3 – Media audiences and Ethnography

After reading a number of blogs this week i’ve found the majority of people of the baby boomer generation that saw television first released in Australia reflect on this as a positive experience. The introduction of television in Australia saw … Continue reading

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Week 2: How Television transformed the average lounge room

Both of my parents grew up in the 60’s. By their own admission, their respective families were conservative to say the least. Even when television was first introduced it challenged the ideals of a Christian upbringing. For the first time … Continue reading

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