Testing the Waters: The Interview

The way we get our news certainly must shape the way we understand current affairs, right? Well that’s what our BCM210 group is determined to find out, alongside how individuals perceive news relevance. In order to understand micro-world perceptions of news relevance, our group has constructed the following research question: How does the way you … Continue reading Testing the Waters: The Interview

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You Wanna Get Ethical? Don’t Try This At Home Then…

Research, as I have previously noted, is conducted everywhere and is moreover a daily occurrence. But what makes research ethical? Furthermore, what does it mean to be ethical? In order to prove the significance of conducting ethical research, I thought I would use case studies in which the research practices utilised were in fact highly … Continue reading You Wanna Get Ethical? Don’t Try This At Home Then…

Mass Media and the Increasing Acceptance of Cosmetic Surgery: A Textual Analysis

We have all with out a doubt been subjected to the the circulation of rumours surrounding Kylie Jenner’s lips. Are they real? Did she have them cosmetically enhanced? Or does Kylie simply just use a really good makeup technique to overdraw them? While the debate is an ongoing battle in the entertainment world, there is … Continue reading Mass Media and the Increasing Acceptance of Cosmetic Surgery: A Textual Analysis