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Researching the media and cultural studies

Research into media and cultural studies is increasing within Britain and the USA. This is an interesting topic to explore, as the research carried out leads to the decisions of what media is used and what is exposed to the public. 427 more words

PR And The Media

The political parlance of our times.

The language used when discussing politics in Scotland is something I have touched upon briefly on this blog before, during the independence referendum; but due to recent events I think it’s something that deserves to be revisited. 665 more words

Scotland

Where to start . . .

The text below is directly from Mary Kathryn CURRAN (b.1904 d.1993) and what she knew of her family.  It was transcribed in the 1970s and is told from her point of view (edited for space).  1,382 more words

I Have To Wait Till AUGUST?!?!? Groan...

So —– yes, I know this is a long way off, but as a huge fangirl of Ilona Andrews Kate Daniels series, I just have to do this. 80 more words

Urban Fantasy

Magic Bleeds

Sorry for the week delay in reviews. Construction going on at my place. Now, on to book four of the Kate Daniels series, Magic Bleeds. In this addition, Kate is called to inspect a crime scene at the Steel Horse, a local bar that welcomes patrons of all types. 711 more words

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Seven Haunted Locations in San Francisco You Can Visit Today

Everyone loves a good ghost story, and here in the wild wild West, we’ve got many of them.

The city by the Bay is rich with history and mystery, and though it was hard to narrow down, we have seven locations around the city  that you might spot a few ghosts. 598 more words

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