Haaniyah Angus


Throughout the past ten years, online media has substantially influenced how we view the world. From Trump’s incessant use of Twitter to inform American politics, to the global support for Palestine, BLM and Polish women’s rights through information spread onto Tiktok and Instagram, it is obvious to most that we live in a more connected world than ever before.

As a graduate of the BA Communication, Media and Culture with Film Studies course at Oxford Brookes I have learned a great deal about the ins and outs of both traditional and online media through critical thinking and sociological theories, both of which influence my academic writing on the growth of internet culture.

By studying MA Media in Development at SOAS I will not only further my own understanding of how the interconnectivity of media has changed us on a societal level, but also be able to undergo research into if this change can benefit us in the long run.

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