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What is War Reporting? An Interview With Mark Nicholls

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We Tried Out Virtual Reality!

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Current Issues in Young Adult books

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How To: Shadowhunters Cosplay

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Why I’ll Be Voting Labour On The 5th May

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The Strange And Beautiful Sorrows Of Ava Lavender – Review

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Ensnared By A.G. Howard – Review

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British Food Through The Ages – Audio Piece

By on December 9, 2014
One hundred years since the outbreak of the First World War, we wanted to discover how British cuisine has changed over the years. We sought to investigate how Self-sufficient Britain has become over the years.
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Are Arts Degrees Important – Audio Piece

By on December 9, 2014
I went to the London South Bank University Graduation and spoke to the 2014 graduates from the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences and their families, to ask them about their opinions on Art Degrees and why they are important.
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Residential Burglaries In Brent – Investigative Article

By on December 3, 2014
No strangers to hearing a neighbours recollection story of a break in and robbery in their home, residents all over the London borough of Brent are in a panic over the regular occurrence of hearing that yet another one of their neighbour’s home has been a target of residential burglary. I will be investigating residential burglaries in the London borough of Brent, aiming to see what is causing it, and who and how it should be tackled; if it can be.
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Use Of Ethnography As A Research Method On Media Audiences – Essay

By on March 25, 2014

How does the practice of ethnography help us understand media audiences? Discuss with reference to published ethnographic studies involving media audiences?
 

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Current Issues In Journalism – Online Challenges – Essay

By on March 18, 2014

An analysis of the current issue in journalism, study of the ‘neknomination’ drinking game craze and other dangerous online trends, with the issue being…

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Combating Knife Crime – Documentary

By on March 11, 2014
Knife crime is at all time high in the UK, we set out to see what local councils, organisations and people were doing to help combat knife crime in this documentary.
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The British Political System And The Spindoctors – Essay

By on January 14, 2014

TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE BRITISH POLITICAL SYSTEM BEEN AFFECTED BY A FOCUS ON ‘SPIN’ AND MANAGING THE MEDIA CYCLE? DISCUSS BOTH GOVERNMENT AND…

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To What Extent Does DIY Or Citizen Journalism Challenge The Conventions Of Mainstream News Media? – Essay

By on May 15, 2013

It is not a strange sight to see a news story nowadays without a crowd of citizens and members of the public surrounding the…

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Church Street Market – Photostory

By on May 15, 2013
From the nose pinching past the fish stall to taking shelter under the colourful bags, follow a photographic journey through London's Iconic Church Street Market. Where I'll investigate how the market is still adapting to the
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Magazine Layout – Design

By on April 28, 2013
A short magazine layout design to demonstrate skills using Adobe's InDesign Software. Including a front and Back page.
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Mariam Mansour
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Mariam is a 23 year old Journalism graduate and mediocre Starbucks Barista. A self-described hippy and a certified fangirl and weirdo. When she's not fangirling or attending comic cons or crying at the theatre, you'll find her reading or wondering aimlessly around London. Her mission in life is to encourage everyone she meets in her path to experience the joy she has upon reading books; to her, this can only be done by Breaking paperback Spines.

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