Category: Featured

Articles that have been featured

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When #MeToo becomes #MeFirst

The founder of the #MeToo campaign, Tarana Burke, has expressed concerns that the movement has been hijacked by mainstream media as a “witch-hunt” with the purpose of defaming masculinity as “fundamentally toxic”. The campaign...

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The Great (Fire)wall of China

China’s “Big Brother” social rating system is still striving for Utopia despite comparisons to an Orwellian nightmare China, with currently a population of 1.4 billion people, has recently emerged as a technological superpower with...

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Pushing Myself

Ever since I completed my first-class presentation a couple of weeks back, I’ve been thinking that I should try and challenge myself more. Since starting university last year, I have fell into a pretty...

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Money Worries

Alongside university comes the worry of finances. Its something I’ve thought about a lot more since preparing for university and so I thought writing about it could be interesting. Admittedly I found the idea...

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The Politics of Visual Culture

In the age of fake news and its impact on democracy, media regulations have been tightened against public service broadcasting that features adverts that are centred on political messages. In 2018, Iceland’s would-be televised...

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Occupational Balance and Stress

Occupational Balance Occupational balance is recurring phenomena in current literature (Eklund et al, 2017).Occupational balance relates to health and wellbeing, which therefore makes it a key area of discussion within occupational therapy literature (Eklund...