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Impact of the media on life in the 1960s

What technological and social developments made so many young people rebel against their parents in the 50s and 60s? Rock'n'roll music and television were introduced to Australian audiences in the 50s and had a major influence, particularly on teenagers. In this clip from the 1965 documentary 'A century or the sack', note ...

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Foreign correspondents: making a difference

Foreign correspondents' jobs can be difficult, particularly during interviews with people in terrible situations. It's easy to feel powerless to help those being interviewed. Sometimes, though, giving people the opportunity to tell their stories can be valuable. Join former foreign correspondent Zoe Daniel as she discusses ...

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Zoe Daniel's dangerous day job

The role of foreign correspondent is just one career in the field of journalism. It involves reporting from some of the most troubled places in the world, and can be both exciting and dangerous. Zoe Daniel met this challenge for over ten years, reporting from such far-flung places as Zimbabwe and Burma. Discover more about ...

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Challenges and changes in journalism

Experienced foreign correspondent Zoe Daniel has witnessed changing governments and borders and the evolution of communications technology. But the challenge of conducting interviews while undercover in hostile locations has not changed. As she recounts her interview with Aung San Suu Kyi, consider the challenges Zoe has ...