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Could cultural health narratives persuade the vaccine hesitant?
Could cultural health narratives persuade the vaccine hesitant?
La Trobe University, James Bogojevski • January 19, 2022
Emotive storytelling may be a better way of reaching out to those hesitant to get the COVID-19 jab.
Postal voting for the Australian federal election
Top voter issues for young Australians
University of Sydney, Nalin Mastou • January 6, 2022
With graphs and tables Nalin Mastou outlines the hot button issues for young people, how are they changing and what the parties are offering on these crucial issues.
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January Podcast Out Now
January 4, 2022

This episode produced by journalism students at Deakin University in Melbourne hears from people who...

Parental alienation: The big impact of term you’ve never heard.
It’s a knockout – concussion in local football
The future of drug laws – to punish or reprieve
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Could cultural health narratives persuade the vaccine hesitant?
Could cultural health narratives persuade the vaccine hesitant?
La Trobe University, James Bogojevski • January 19, 2022
Emotive storytelling may be a better way of reaching out to those hesitant to get the COVID-19 jab.
A love heart shown in computer code
January Podcast Out Now
January 4, 2022

This episode produced by journalism students at Deakin University in Melbourne hears from people who...

Rural and remote communities across Australia, like Moulamein, have felt the pinch of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Great Divide: Mental health in remote Australia
RMIT, Fraser Douglas • December 15, 2021
Mental health has attracted constant support throughout the COVID-19 pandemic but money can't fix everything.
Niki Antram and her son Jimmy.
Disability no obstacle to chasing adventure together
USC, Tracy Darin, Ashley Rehm, Lilly Harman • December 9, 2021
Single mum Niki Antram shares insight into her life with her son Jimmy to show that disabilities do not hold them back from enjoying a full life.
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