The research topic my group is conducting asks about the level of influence the media (newspapers, online media and television) has in regards to thoughts regarding terrorism, specifically in regards to the ‘Sydney Siege’ which occurred at the Lindt Café in December last year, and the flurry of media coverage in the days that followed. … More Trial Question For Media Research
‘Online Video in Australia’ is a report compiled in 2012 by The Swinburne Institute for Social Research, Swinburne University, in Melbourne. It attempts to outline and analyse audiovisiual media usage in Australia, and the methodology of the analysis of the 25 websites involved in the study throughout 2010 and 2011. I found that the report … More Text Review – Online Video in Australia
According to Google, ethics are the “moral principles that govern a person’s behaviour of an activity”. But this is a very basic definition which, when talking about research, doesn’t say too much. I believe that ethics instead shape the way in which research is undertaken, and ensure that no moral boundaries are crossed, and that … More The Importance of Ethics in Research
‘Supply & demand: Catch- up TV leads Australians’ online video use’ was an article compiled by the Research and Analysis section of the ACMA. The report attempts to understand and investigate the nature and habits of online video content within Australian households, outline a change within Australia’s broadcasting landscape as well as generate an idea … More Media Research Text Analysis – How Australians are viewing their television
Being a student in a degree focused on studying the media, and in a subject titled ‘Research Practices in Media and Communication’, I believe I’m stating the obvious in saying I will be undertaking some form researching associated with media and its presence in society. But first we must understand the role research in day … More What is research?