Assessment 3: JRNL102 Storify report: The Unheard Voice: Gender Inequality in the Journalism Industry -Tracy Bustamante
The Socceroos. Australia’s football heroes. The Matildas. Bringing attention to women in sport. The Pararoos. Climbing back after losing all of their federal funding. Soccer is becoming one of the most popular sports in Australia and with the recent successes of the Socceroos in the Asian Cup and the Matildas becoming Australia’s most successful World … More What Is Hidden: Pararoo, James Turner
For the ‘What is Hidden’ task, my subject will be 19-year-old, James Turner who has cerebral palsy and plays for Australia with the Pararoo’s. His story focuses on how under-reported the Pararoo’s last world cup campaign but at the same time, noticing a small change in its recognition. He also talks about how soccer has … More Mid Session Task 2: ‘What is Hidden’ Assignment Propsal
Nuclear Nightmares: Twenty Years since Chernobyl, photography by Robert Knoth and reporting by Antoinette de Jong, is a powerful visual and text project which captures the impact of the Chernobyl disaster on the people who lived or lived in the radiated areas, as well as their children whom have had the effects of the event passed … More Mid Session Task 1: Analytical Look at Media Projects
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For many, the world outside is a place that is often left undiscovered. Whilst today’s generation would choose a day on the couch over a hike through the bush, Tayla Crowe, 18, has spent her life venturing out beyond her own backyard, not caring if she got a little muddy. Her undeniable affinity with the unknown … More Audio task: Freedom is the Outdoors
I wanted to construct a story that brought light the connect a person and a place and to discover where that connection came from. I picked my friend Tayla to be the subject of my first audio task. The primary reason I chose her as my subject was because I knew half of her story, but … More Assignment One: Audio Task – Subject Context