Monthly Archives: October 2013

Reminiscences of the Blogosphere

It’s that time of the year again, time to hand in all the work we’ve been doing, and to wait with baited breath for some kind of passing grade (higher on the spectrum is always appreciated) to show that all … Continue reading

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Climate Control

Climate Change has been a divisive issue in the media for many decades now. But with Scientists all in agreement that it is to varying degrees caused by human kind and our impact on the planet, then why is this … Continue reading

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This is no Laughing Matter.

Their have been many very successful American sitcoms that are shown in Australia, Friends, How I Met Your Mother and Modern Family are just a few examples that come to mind. However very few International comedies or sit-coms ever make it to the U.S … Continue reading

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Why we don’t ‘get’ Bollywood

Hybridity in film is when two or more separate cultures impact the film. Hybridised content “Blurs the boundaries between the modern and the traditional, the high and low culture, and the national and the global culture” Thussu, (2006: 175) Bollywood … Continue reading

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