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Personal Analysis –  Filter Bubbles and Echo Chambers

Personal Analysis – Filter Bubbles and Echo Chambers

On analysing my twitter feed, it is clear to see how filter bubbles have limited the content that I am exposed to. Most of the people I follow are of a similar age to me and share similar music, makeup and fashion styles. Although this benefits me as I get to see things that I am genuinely interested in, it also limits the content that I am exposed to, so it’s ve...

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Highshore Road: Residents anger at never ending problems

Highshore Road: Residents anger at never ending problems

“The increase in chaos has caused open season on our streets.” a resident describes the situation. Much like other communities in London, the residents of Highshore Road have had their own share of problems.   From speeding cars to graffiti art, the issues raised to the local council are typical of a normal neighbourhood. The complaints received in the last 3 months h...

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Busking on the Bank: Scott McMahon – REVIEW

Busking on the Bank: Scott McMahon – REVIEW

“Do you know if he’s selling any of his CD’s because I really want one” – American tourist Sally comments. Whilst living in London, hurrying past buskers trying to avoid eye contact almost becomes a daily routine – but when you hear a voice like Scott McMahon’s it becomes hard to ignore. Think of the Goo Goo Dolls combined with Paulo Nutini – A sound that could only be heard through the powerhouse...

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Digital developments and their affect on the world of Journalism

Digital developments and their affect on the world of Journalism

With technology constantly evolving in today’s modern society, the way in which we interact with the world also changes. Results gathered by Ofcom have concluded that smartphones are now the most popular way that people access the internet. As devices such as computers and laptops are being used for internet access significantly less than smartphones, this creates an issue for journalists as they ...

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The bane of Brexit on educational facilities in Southwark

The bane of Brexit on educational facilities in Southwark

As the repercussions of the Brexit vote loom closer & closer, we begin to look at the different ways in which we will be affected. In the borough of Southwark, one of the biggest industries and main generational sources of income are from the educational sector. Chaired by Councillor Victoria Mills, a panel took to Southwark’s main offices to discuss the impact that Brexit will have across thi...

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Reuters digital news report 2018

Reuters digital news report 2018

On reading the Reuters digital news report 2018 executive summary, it is clear to see that there has been a dramatic change in the way the news industry has operated in the last year. Of all the findings discussed in the report, I believe that the way in which people access the news is the most significant development.  65% of the people surveyed access their news through side- door methods s...

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An introduction to my site

An introduction to my site

Hello and Welcome to my website! My name is Jada Scott and I am a first year Journalism student at London South Bank University. On this site I will be posting all of the writing pieces that I produce across the course in addition to the personal work that I feel would be suited to this website. 00

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