Urban Farming Autoethnography

The concept of Urban Farming is the growing or producing of food in heavily populated and urbanised areas such as cities and towns (Greensgrow 2019). The idea is to provide cost-effective methods of food growth in densely populated areas while keeping procedures eco-friendly and sustainable. Continue reading “Urban Farming Autoethnography”

The Autoethnographic Methodology & Akira

In Autoethnography: An Overview, Ellis et al. (2011) defines autoethnography as “an approach to research and writing that seeks to describe and systematically analyse personal experience in order to understand cultural experience”. Continue reading “The Autoethnographic Methodology & Akira”

Digital Asia – The Host

During the BCM320 – Digital Asia seminar, I participated in live tweeting the screening of ‘The Host‘, a 2006 South Korean monster film directed by Bong Joon-ho. I’ve previously been exposed to the process of live tweeting during the BCM325 – Future Cultures seminars, and I’ve given a detailed account of my live tweeting experience on this blog here. Continue reading “Digital Asia – The Host”

Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 2

This post will provide a critical self reflection of my live tweeting ability during the second round of movie screenings in BCM325 – Future Cultures, and the levels of engagement I obtained. The overall live tweeting experience has provided me with a new and useful skill that I didn’t previously have. I am now able to translate this skill into other aspects of professional life such as reporting an event, critically evaluating media and other texts, or even note taking in a meeting. Continue reading “Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 2”

Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 1

This post will provide a critical self reflection of my live tweeting ability during the movie screenings in BCM325 – Future Cultures, and the levels of engagement I obtained. Despite being new to live tweeting, I felt confident and natural during the process and saw myself improving every week. Continue reading “Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 1”