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Until the emergence of commercial internet-use in the 1990’s, the act of research, investigation and reporting were left to accredited journalists. Before the age of internet, information was slow to spread as it relied on word of mouth and regional reporting, long before the broader national or international audience could be informed. 311 more words
I was perplexed by this post in Slate: “Sorry, Evo Psych Fans. Our Caveman Ancestors Probably Practiced Gender Equality.” The first Paragraph reads:
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“It’s a sad week for evolutionary psychology buffs.
I’m proud to be a Sea Shepherd onshore volunteer. Sea Shepherd are one of a small handful of truly proactive conservation organisations in the world, prepared to go to almost any lengths to defend, conserve and protect wildlife and our precious planet. 11 more words
Reflection on professional issues in journalism: Ethics
The profession of journalism often has negative connotations attached. When presenting oneself as journalist, one can be met with feelings of interest and respect by others, or ambivalence and distrust. 966 more words