Happiness on the wane for Australian women

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Australian women are now as miserable as men have always been. Data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey indicates a decline in life satisfaction among females during the first decade of the 21st century. Jen Ulichny (left), an honours researcher at Griffith Business School, is investigating what lies behind this […]

When social media turns anti-social

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A Griffith University academic is urging bloggers, tweeters and Facebook users to pause before they post or publish on social media. Professor Mark Pearson (Journalism and Social Media) will discuss the ramifications of social media at a free public presentation, Social Media – Risks and Rewards, at the Ship Inn, Brisbane’s South Bank, on Tuesday, […]

Media expert stays cool in a crisis

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A special visit by one of America’s top emergency management and media experts has made Griffith University journalism and public relations students more aware of communication challenges in times of crisis. Mr Robert Jensen met students at Nathan campus and shared lessons drawn from more than 30 years of dealing with disaster, military and incident communications. The Principal Deputy Assistant […]

Arguing the risks and benefits of social media

Panel of experts from Griffith debate on Social Media
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Don’t do anything through social media that you wouldn’t do in person. That’s the message from a panel of experts gathered by Griffith University recently, to debate the simmering topic of social media. The expert panel included Professor Mark Pearson, Professor of Journalism and Social Media, School of Humanities, Griffith University, Ms Tracy Whitelaw from […]