Deakin Journalism students' work

deakinDeakin journalism students have been busy this year researching and creating current affairs stories for their ass

ignments in radio and television units.
From this link you can listen to stories from four third-year students Phoebe Munro, Tineka Everaardt, Robert Cumbrae-Stewart, and Muhammad Shahwan.
Tineka Everaardt examines the Victorian Government’s new Body Image Code of Conduct. Robert investigates the issue of vandalism and graffiti on trains, and Muhammad explores the issues surrounding religious education in Australia.
But let’s turn first to Phoebe Munro who recorded her radio story while on holiday in Cape Town, South Africa. In this assignment she explores how craft is becoming an increasingly important sector of the South African economy.

Phoebe Munro, Craft in South Africa.


Tineka Everaardt, Body Image Code of Conduct.


Robert Cumbrae-Stewart, Graffiti on trains


Muhammad Shahwan, Religious education in Australia.


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