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Can't stop now, just because of boredom...

Ah the Christmas season, time for joy and merriment and family and apparently for me, stress, lots and lots of stress. The only thing going good for at the moment is that my skin as been usually clear, I mean it could be because I’m actually using skin care products regularly or it could just be some good luck, but either way I’m happy about it. 248 more words

Bournemouth University: what makes it "kick-ass"?

So, I did it! I got my place on the Multimedia Journalism course at BU. I battled through Freshers’ Week (after, in typical “me” fashion I contracted┬áthe dreaded Freshers’ Flu on the second day – it is NOT a myth and you WILL get it) and threw myself into the work, which I love doing. 565 more words

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My first day at Bournemouth University!

I know I am writing this in November, but this post is about my first day at Bournemouth University back in September!

So, on the 17th September 2016, I packed my bags and left the comfort net of Surrey, the comfort net of my family and friends and the comfort net of everything I was used to. 870 more words

Week 17 Ethics Questions

What sorts of verification and accuracy standards are appropriate for material gathered on social networks?

Journalists have to be careful when selecting news and check whether a user is legitimate or not, this is due to many social networking sites having hardly any moderation to what people post, upload or tweet. 1,090 more words

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Week 16 Ethics Questions

When should a person or group be identified by race, ethnicity, gender or religion?

Identifying a person by their race, ethnicity, gender or religion is a form of discrimination, and doing so is wrong as it is a form of dehumanizing. 981 more words

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Week 15 Ethics Questions

When should suicides be covered?

Most grief is experienced privately but when a death is of interest to the media it can become abruptly public and generate unwelcome consequences for bereaved individuals. 1,101 more words

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Week 13 Ethics Questions

Should reporters tell interviewees all the ways the interview may be used?

By telling interviewees how their dialogue may be used, this could jeopardise the trust between the two. 1,030 more words