The social and spatial impacts of binge-watching You can view my prezi with all the findings and observations here. Reflection INTRODUCTION The reason for selecting my topic (the impacts of binge-watching on social and physical space) came to me based on my experiences with binge-watching and the content we looked at in class about how … More BCM240 Research Findings & Reflection
To be fair, I haven’t put much thought into this task. I am currently drowning in assignments, class hand-in tasks and part-time work commitments. Though in between all that, I still find time to procrastinate and not complete what I need to do. So from this procrastination, this is where my idea for my BCM240 … More BCM240 Preliminary Project Proposal: Are there negative impacts to binge-watching?
It is hard to imagine what life was like before the internet enslaved us all. I wonder how assignments got done without Google and what ways were there to procrastinate without YouTube? You may remember a few weeks ago I talked to my father about his memories of television when he was going up. For … More Early Memories of the Internet
Last week I interviewed my father about his memories of television when he was growing up. Reading and reflecting upon the interviews the rest of the BCM240 cohort did, there were a number of reoccurring themes: change in the family dynamic (the television became the center of the household in which the family would gather … More Collaborative Ethnnographic Research and Television Audiences
This week I interviewed my father, Alex, about his memories about television whilst growing up. He was born in ’67 in Santiago, Chile and migrated to Australia in ’74, living right on the beach in Coogee – couldn’t possibly get more Australian than that. When him and his sister weren’t at the beach, he remembers … More Pixelated Television Memories