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Media reform will reduce diversity and is just window dressing

The new media reform laws do nothing to address the underlying problem of an increasingly concentrated media landscape, argues Associate Professor Tim Dwyer from the Department of Media and Communications.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/09/14/media-reform-will-reduce-diversity-and-is-just-window-dressing-.html
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Home ownership: facts and fiction

In this podcast, Chris is joined by Professor Nicole Gurran from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning to talk housing affordability and how we can help more people afford to live where they want.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2016/07/28/home-ownership-facts-and-fiction.html
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Elite Athletes vs Couch Potatoes: can the Rio Games bridge the divide?

That you end of up with, you know, an increased business interest, a shift from participation to spectatorship and gambling that goes on around the Olympics. ... correlation between sport and big business is wrong to be quite frank with you.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2016/08/02/elite-athletes-vs-couch-potatoes--can-the-rio-games-bridge-the-d.html
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Confronting radical extremism

How does radicalisation happen? Hussain Nadim from the University of Sydney explains in the Open for Discussion podcast.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/08/21/confronting-radical-extremism.html
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Your guide to language in the post-truth age

Listen to the Open for Discussion podcast episode on how to strive for understanding in the age of post-truth and fake news.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/10/23/your-guide-to-language-in-the-post-truth-age.html
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Public space: a contested and changing area

Read insights from urban geographer Kurt Iveson into the policy hotspot of public space, analysing the impact of Pokemon GO on the city.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2016/12/16/public-space--a-contested-and-changing-area0.html