Category Archives: Editor’s Notes

Overcoming Transgenerational Trauma in Colombia: Are Telenovelas the Answer?

Armed conflict, child soldiers, drug mules, and Pablo Escobar are not just topics on the nightly news anymore, but the subjects of some of Colombia’s most popular telenovelas. Each night, millions of Colombians tune in to see some of the … Continue reading

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#WeNeedToTalk about Egypt

A campaign by the Egyptian government for The World Youth forum backfires with a trending hashtag #WeNeedToTalk to criticize human rights situation in Egypt.     The forum is to be launched on November 4, in the touristic city of … Continue reading

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The Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Commerce and Tourism strives to present Peru as an ideal travel destination for everyone. Through strategic marketing, Peru is depicted in the media as an international hotspot for tourists from across the globe. Peru’s official tourism … Continue reading

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Reporting of the English Premier League

Football… No, not that kind. Courtesy of stocksnap.io The British kind, you know, the one that involves actual feet kicking a ball. Football reporting has changed drastically since its inception, and has become one of the most involving and heavily … Continue reading

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France: Pioneers in Commercial Positive Body Image

Retouching the images of models to reduce waistlines and enhance busts and bottoms is nothing new to popular culture. It’s a practice spanning decades, but it’s 2017, and times are changing.   France recently passed legislation that requires photographs that … Continue reading

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