GOODBYE UNIVERSITY

Well, I guess that's it. My three years at university are over. It's been a blur, a stressful, wild blur. Ups and downs, nights out I cannot remember, crying over assignments, all-nighters, laughing until I couldn't breathe, lifetime friends. And, I wouldn't change a second. I'm not going to act like my university years were [...]

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A LOOK INTO MY MEDIA LAW REVISION

Back in January, I took my first and last university exam. Media Law. Before taking the module, I was quite simply, dreading it. I was told by numerous people that the module was the hardest journalism module the university offered. Way to build my confidence. However, I found that I really enjoyed the module and [...]

I HANDED IN MY DISSERTATION

For my dissertation, I wrote 13,000 words surrounding media bias. I explored into both left and right wing publications to determine whether media bias is evident when reporting on Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn. I did this by conducting a critical discourse analysis. My Research Question  "How have different parts of the news media represented Jeremy [...]

MY TIPS FOR SURVIVING YOUR DISSERTATION

Writing a dissertation is no picnic. It is meant to be hard. It is meant to challenge you. However, what it isn't meant to do is damage you mentally. Therefore, it's important to prepare yourself before tackling the 13,000 monster. Here are my tips on how to deal with writing a dissertation. Brace Yourself  Going [...]