The Junction

Surging forward: the work of Inge King
Surging forward: the work of Inge King
La Trobe University, Jessica Leonard • June 17, 2021
You may not know her story or her name. But if you live in Melbourne, you almost certainly know her work.
There are thought to be more than two hundred million
Identity of third culture kids a growing area of research
La Trobe University, Rei Fortes • June 17, 2021
Migration patterns have led to a global community of cultural chameleons.
Consumers can be confused by terms like sustainable fashion. Photo: Jess @ Harper Sunday / Unsplash ((CC BY-SA)
Why sustainable brands might be lying to you
La Trobe University, Indira Maysa Lubis • June 17, 2021
Sustainable brands are seen as a a way for consumers to reduce their carbon footprint, but are they a solution or a marketing gimmick?
Surging forward: the work of Inge King
Identity of third culture kids a growing area of research
Social media a double-edged sword, media practitioners say
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The Melbourne Cricket Ground at night. Photo: Sascha Wenninger (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Is COVID to blame for low post-lockdown AFL crowds?
La Trobe University, Declan Sands • June 16, 2021
While COVID capacity limits are in place, most matches haven’t come close to the threshold or even attendance figures from 2019.
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Businesses battle fire, pandemic and a new retail giant in town
Deakin University, Naomi Newcombe • June 15, 2021
Small Otway businesses battle through fire, pandemic and a new retail giant in town
Protest against anti-Asian hate in Washington DC in the United States March 2021. Photo: Elvert Barnes (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Australia not immune to COVID-fuelled hate epidemic
La Trobe University, Achol Arok • June 13, 2021
A personal account of life during COVID-19 as a first-generation Asian Australian.
An empty university library. Photo: Tim Riley (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
International student numbers not expected to recover until 2025
La Trobe University, Syed Ahmed • June 11, 2021
Victoria University cybersecurity major Hafeez returned to Sri Lanka before finishing his degree.
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