Category Archive: Furse-Roberts, David

War on Television: From Vietnam to Modern Media, the Troublesome Nature of Credible Reporting in the Demand Era of Gens Y&Z

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by Renae Pirrottina

Executive summary

  • This article uses the Vietnam War as a historical reference point for reflecting on the way news media is controlled and operates comparatively today.
  • In the challenging and evolving role of media in an era of (post-)modernity, and largely due Read more »

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Religious Freedom in the Playground: Public Policy and the Wearing of Religious Attire in Australian Schools

by David Furse-Roberts PhD Candidate, School of History and Philosophy, The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

 

Executive summary

  • Addressing the ever topical issue of religious freedom, this paper examines public policy pertaining to the wearing of religious apparel/symbols within the context of Australian schools. In so doing, this Read more »

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