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15 June 2018
Can journalism survive the digital revolution?

As media leaders struggle to find a business model to support journalism, new opportunities have emerged for those with strong communication skills.

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14 June 2018
Quiz: do you know the scientific names for these plants and animals?

Have you ever wondered why every animal and plant has its own scientific name? Find out the answer, and test your knowledge with our challenging quiz.

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05 June 2018
Is Netflix shrinking Australia’s film and television industry?

With the rise of global TV formats, we need to understand how the TV programming and film production industries are changing. Dr Toija Cinque discusses.

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30 May 2018
Why are male body image issues on the rise?

Emerging evidence suggests men are almost as dissatisfied or distressed with their appearance as women, Assoc. Prof. Alexander Mussap explains.

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17 May 2018
What’s wrong with the royal wedding fantasy?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding provides an opportunity to tune out of reality and into fantasy, writes Professor Damien Kingsbury.

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15 May 2018
Is social media making us depressed and anxious?

With huge increases in the amount of people who use social media, is it to blame for the rise in rates of depression and anxiety in young people?

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04 May 2018
Quiz: How much do you know about the Royal Family?

Like many Australians, have you been influenced by the Royal Family’s ‘strong and well developed PR campaigns’, as described by Prof. Damien Kingsbury?

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03 May 2018
Why do we punish the brands we hate?

Deakin’s Dr Jeffrey Rotman explains why consumers feel justified in engaging in unethical – even illegal – behaviour to punish brands perceived as harmful.

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01 May 2018
Why it’s time to rethink treatment for eating disorders

New research highlights that while eating disorder treatments can be effective, they remain under-funded. So it time for a health system shake-up?

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20 April 2018
Watch: Are emoji above the law?

How do emoji fare within a criminal investigation? Research from Deakin’s Dr Kirley and Assoc. Prof. McMahon assesses the place of emoji in a court of law.

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