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KJB102 Assessment 3 - Essay

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2000 word essay outlining 3 main concepts learnt this semester in KJB102. Received a 6.

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KJB102 Assessment 3 - Essay
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Structure Social networks Stress Psychology Communication New media Social media Web 2.0 Stress management Islamophobia Social networking service Mass media Jason Sternberg
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Structure Social networks Stress Psychology Communication New media Social media Web 2.0 Stress management Islamophobia Social networking service Mass media Jason Sternberg
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Founding Father of the United States, Benjamin Franklin, was once quoted as saying “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest”. In saying this, he doesn’t just mean you should hoard this knowledge, but you should use it. The key to succeeding in the JMC industry is to be equipped with understanding, knowledge and acknowledgement of these issues and to be proactive about implementing strategies to overcome them. This essay will highlight the three most important issues I have learnt during my time studying KJB102: Introduction to Journalism, Media and communications. The first concept that will be explored is the use of social media as a professional in a rapidly evolving technological landscape and the importance of maintaining a professional and appropriate online presence. The second concept is stress management in...
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