I use my diary as often as I possibly can to jot down moments in time that have made a major impact on me in some shape or form, known as epiphanies (Ellis et al, 2011). From the birth of my nephew to a tough day at work, I describe and reflect on interactions with … Continue reading Autoethnography and My Diary.
Alright. So. I am going to be completely honest with you. Before yesterday, I had never seen a Godzilla film. From 1954 to 2016, there has been 31 adaptions of Godzilla and as an avid film lover, you would think that I would have seen at least one of the last seven, that of which … Continue reading Godzilla – A sign of the times.
In March, the LGBTQ+ community on YouTube was hit by a bombshell that made it even harder for Queer youth to access this safe space online. With new modifications in YouTubes restricted mode, millions of videos that have been considered potentially inappropriate have been hidden. The “restricted mode” has existed since 2010 and allows … Continue reading LGBTQ+ YouTube backlash.
For my final BCM310 project, I wanted to focus primarily on video blogging, often referred to as vlogging and how it is shaping the future for marketing and advertising. My project idea stemmed from week 2’s topic of ‘The Self,’ where we explored the capabilities and power of a selfie. I made this connection because … Continue reading BCM310 Reflection
In todays blog post, I want to focus primarily on video blogging, often referred to as vlogging and how it is shaping the future for marketing and advertising. There has been a shift in the marketing world as a result of what can be considered an information overload happening in traditional media. Consumers have become less interested … Continue reading Marketing in Vlogs || Lauren Daisy
When I was a child, one thing I loved to do was play dress ups. Unfortunately I never had anyone to play with. Which, looking back, is quiet understandable. I don’t think the idea of wearing dresses and strutting around my bedroom, whilst Kylie Minogue blasts from my karaoke machine, was my three older brothers … Continue reading We all do it.
We see it in movies, television shows, advertisements and photography. Which makes me question whether we recognise it when we see it. The objectification of human beings happens in the media all the time. Its purpose ranges from stimulating emotional responses to reinforcing or justifying a point/s and of course, generating some sort of profit. … Continue reading On Tonights Show: Poverty Porn