Up Front by Emma Hart

Read Post

Up Front: Not Such a Hard Word After All

54 Responses

First ←Older Page 1 2 3 Newer→ Last

  • Sacha,

    Really, how do you rationally engage with the fundamentally irrational (if not outright psychotic)?

    Nice question.

    Ak • Since May 2008 • 19740 posts Report Reply

  • Sofie Bribiesca,

    Trying to not get sucked into the crazy vortex,

    I try not to read, let alone engage, in soo much negativity. Sites like those can't be good for your health surely? To actually feed off the "hate" that some people espouse there (kiwiblog) is very sad in my minds eye.

    here and there. • Since Nov 2007 • 6796 posts Report Reply

  • Martin Hirst,

    if Martin is seriously blogging about "media ethics", how about he stops "reading between the lines' and engages in a little critical analysis of the media outlets who constructed 'the lines' in the first place?

    Craig, my very first post on the topic did precisely what you ask. I still think that the questions I posed to the DomPost are valid and haven't been answered. Who were/are their sources and what are their motives?
    I have focused on critical analysis of the media's role in this case all the way through. For example, pointing out that the lines from the Veitch camp have been getting a good run in the Sunday papers.
    Reading the sub-text in a story is part of the process of analysis.

    Auckland • Since Aug 2008 • 2 posts Report Reply

  • Sam F,

    Auckland • Since Nov 2006 • 1609 posts Report Reply

First ←Older Page 1 2 3 Newer→ Last

Post your response…

Please sign in using your Public Address credentials…


You may also create an account or retrieve your password.