5 TIPS TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE IN THE HOME

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kib-zQDUV14 The research conducted in part one of this assignment helped me to understand the impact that food waste has on the economy and the environment. I wanted to know what changes consumers can make in their day-to-day lives to reduce food wastage. After conducting extensive research, I decided to make an infomercial sharing tips... Continue Reading →

Reflective Project Report: WATCHING LIVE (Smartphones + Live Music Culture)

https://youtu.be/jmdmoHox9rI Using original footage collated throughout 2017 and footage from Woodstock 1969, this short film was created in an ethnographic study on live music viewing culture. In all honesty, I have lost count of the number of acts that I have seen live this year. On any given week of the year, I'm attending some... Continue Reading →

Looking Back on Public Writing

During Spring Session 2017, BCM241 (Media Audience Place) challenged the cohort to think deeply about the way we blog. The teaching team trained us to create high quality, readable discussions that attract a higher readership. There has been an emphasised focus on the use of good quality resources to support our stance on an issue.... Continue Reading →

Facebook for Farmville

"Media Regulation is the control of guidance of mass media by governments and other bodies." TV Classification Codes, Parental Lock Systems, Age -Restricted Content and Community Guidelines are all terms we have heard before. These policies and programs are put in place so that certain audiences can't view certain things in the media. But why?... Continue Reading →

“Wait, I missed it!”

I know that when I am multi-tasking, I often get distracted. I know that when I am multi-tasking, I sometimes make mistakes. I know that when I am multi-tasking, I often miss things. Prompted by the week eight lecture for BCM241, I decided to conduct a week-long observation of my mother while she multitasked at... Continue Reading →

Understanding Collaborative Ethnography

This blog post is a little late. I avoided writing it in week three when it was assigned because I hadn't fully grasped the concept of collaborative ethnography, so I didn't want to publish anything until I had a full understanding. An expert from The Chicago Guide to Collaborative Ethnography has assisted in understanding this... Continue Reading →

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