Underpaid and poor conditions
(IT IS WRITTEN AS A BLOG) Underpaid and poor conditions. That was exactly what i experienced during my visit to India. We were 6 youngsters going there with a TV crew, for an upcoming BBC series called Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts. It was horrible I tell you. I am used to buying lots of clothes, and do not really think ...
First Time Teaching Assistant!
One ordinary afternoon at home, one message came into my sight from a friend of mine. She encouraged me to apply the teaching assistant of our teacher who teaches criminology. Considered that the salary is fairly enough for a college student, I soon accepted the challenge. However, I didn’t understand what I’ve done until all the stress and new challenges ...
Fast-food content, blogers-journalists and paid media
Sometimes I was asked about the blog I’m reading. I read friends from Livejournal to know about the events of their life. I like to read girl’s community from LJ and community about cosmetics, I read Twitter. I read some stand-alone blogs, but their authors are journalists and PR-specialists. Some other stand-alone blogs I’m reading may be called the semi ...
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