Parents, carers and teachers have been warned to be wary of their kids' social media use after a horrific video recently went viral. The video was originally livestreamed on Facebook but was also shared on Twitter and Instagram before it was reported and removed. Read more (ABC).
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Masks have emerged as unlikely fashion heroes as the COVID-19 pandemic has developed. Every conceivable colour and pattern seems to have become available, from facehuggers to Darth Vader to bejewelled bridal numbers (The Conversation).
New ECU research has found homeless youth aged 12 – 15 have fewer options and live in riskier circumstances than homeless 16 and 17-year-olds.
Installation begins on the large-scale public artwork created by School of Arts and Humanities’ Senior Research Fellow and Artist, Dr Lyndall Adams, and assisted by PhD Candidate and Assistant Artist Harrison See.
School of Arts and Humanities researchers are exploring how real-time virtual reality (VR) chat could transform interview-based communication in a post-COVID world.
This paper discusses the processes in setting up an artist in residence between the State Parliament of WA and the School of Arts and Humanities at ECU, providing the artist access to all areas of Parliament. 17 June 2020.
ECU Lecturer and Psychotherapist Karen Anderson: restrictions on the number of mourners able to attend funerals has left some of us unable to say goodbye and unable to offer comfort to those who have lost a close loved one; and social and physical distancing has made it difficult or even impossible to say goodbye to someone in their last hours of life. Read more (The Senior website).
ECU Researchers Dr Shane Rogers and Dr Travis Cruickshank are conducting a major ongoing survey evaluating the impact of the pandemic situation on the Australian public. Read more (Sydney Morning Herald).
CREAtec is calling for EOI's to present at the weekly seminar series.
The Edith Cowan Centre for Global Issues (C-Global) is pleased to present its Research Report 2017-2018, highlighting the Centre’s wide range of activities and achievements over its establishment phase.
PhD candidate Carmen Jacques explains the background to the Bali Peace Park and why the way we memorialise terror events is so important.
Read the article from The Conversation by Arts and Humanities PhD student Dr Catharine Phillips regarding crime within Western Australian prisons.
Adequate funding for poverty-impacted children to participate in sports and the arts may be a powerful way to help them break free from the welfare dependency cycle, according to new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research.
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