Gojira & I

Diversity, Communication & Culture



I’ve always had an interest in cultures that weren’t my own. Throughout the course of my degree and the older I get, the more opportunities I have to unpack and utilise this interest. My BA/BINTS double degree includes a Sociology major, Culture studies minor, Global Media and Communication major AND I’m attempting my Spanish minor too (after starting in Japanese [oh dear that was WAY too difficult] in my first year) – in other words, I’m interested in people, how and why we are the way we are, where we come from, and the difficult levels of how we communicate. This I know effects everything I do, and constructs my perspective of a lot of different things. This being my third year of University, I find my analysis of ‘every-day situations’, ability to critically think and engagement with academic thinking at an all time high.

Once you start analysing…

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  1. This is great! I love how you have analysed it from your own perspective. The perspective that each student is taking is so different and unique as we all have different experiences and backgrounds. The further you go through university, the more aware you become, the more intrigued you get and the more you are able to analyse and take a full appreciation of what you are doing. Everything starts to fall into place!

    I can see that you are starting to think about the final already and which angles interest you. That’s an awesome way to start and build on the ideas that you have. Don’t settle so soon though, there might be something that will challenge you and take you out of your comfort zone. Either way, you will be able to build a really strong argument the more time you have to prepare!


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