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Weekly topic: Brand Presence and Reflection at Year End

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2015: A Grey Year for Guatemalan Brands

Elizabeth Rojas critizises the conservative strategies of many brands and exhorts them to build a more emot… Read More
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Face to Face:Brand Presence and Reflection at Year End

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Tag Archives: journalism

The Daily News Just Made One Helluva Statement About “New York Values”

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15/01/2015 By Ben Dreyfuss published on Mother Jones Last night, Sen. Ted Cruz said some stupid things about “New York values” being a synonym for like money-grubbing, fame-hungry monsters. Donald Trump used the moment to go full “9/11” on Cruz and, at least to my aged eyes, the Princeton educated, Goldman Sachs spouse left the exchange the worse for it. …

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Rolling Stone faces criticism over ‘El Chapo’ interview

Rolling Stone Sean Penn and El Chapo Guzmán

10/01/2016 Via Associated Press: It was a big scoop, and one Rolling Stone may well regret. The magazine made stunning news over the weekend by revealing that actor Sean Penn landed a rare interview last fall with the notorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman while Guzman was on the run after escaping through a tunnel from a maximum-security Mexican …

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2015 the year of… sad girls and sad boys

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22/12/2015 By Alice Newell-Hanson published on i-D Everyone from Drake to Angela Merkel to the man listening to Adele on the subway next to you cried this year. Why did we all have so many feels? One Sunday morning this past October, a New York math teacher named Will Collins became an accidental hero. A day after his team’s playoff …

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Black Friday Now Just Another Opportunity to Mock the Poor

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By Kevin Drum, published on Mother Jones (01/12/2014) Luke O’Neil regales us this weekend with a roundup of media coverage of Black Friday: Consider the jocular hosts’ grinning affect as they relate news of brawls throughout the country in this clip from Fox & Friends First today, for example, or how numerous Web sites will round up the best brawl …

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Fact-checking Trump’s claim that thousands in New Jersey cheered when World Trade Center tumbled

Donald Trump painted portrait by thierry ehrmann on Flickr

22/11/2015 Via Politifact: Arguing that there are terrorist sympathizers in the United States, Donald Trump says he saw “thousands” of New Jerseyans celebrating after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. “I watched when the World Trade Center came tumbling down,” the Republican presidential candidate said at a Nov. 21 rally in Birmingham, Ala. “And I watched in Jersey City, N.J., …

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Report: SeaWorld to End Killer Whale Shows in San Diego

Orca San Diego Sea World park show

9/11/2015 Via Newsweek: SeaWorld plans to phase out its controversial killer whale show at its San Diego location starting next year, amid ongoing criticism about its treatment of the animals, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune. The Tribune reported that the company announced its plan in an online document, which since has been removed from the company’s website. The paper also reported that the new orca …

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Isis shuts down women’s clinics in Raqqa to prevent male gynaecologists treating female patients

Veiled women walk past a billboard that carries a verse from Koran urging women to wear a hijab in the northern province of Raqqa (REUTERS/Stringer)

30/01/2015 Via The Independent: Isis is believed to have ordered the closure of all women’s clinics supervised by male doctors in its Syrian heartlands in its latest assault on the rights of women. A culture of rape, forced marriages for child brides, the persecution of doctors and the exclusive use of medicines for militants have resulted in a crisis for women’s health …

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Does America Really Need Cops in Schools?

photo from the 2013 California Peace Officer's Memorial

28/10/2015 By Matt Taylor, published on Vice: Earlier this week, a shocking video of a black South Carolina high school student beingtossed around like a rag doll by a white cop went viral. It picked up traction on the internet partly because it fit into a nationwide debate about how the police routinely mistreat people of color, but that the …

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‘What I learned about relationships after cheating on my wife’

neil strauss and family by Michael Bezjian

17/10/2015 By Neil Strauss The unconscious purpose of marriage is to finish childhood.” The speaker is Harville Hendrix, a former preacher turned relationship guru. He’s Messianic in his delivery and sense of self-importance. It would almost be off-putting if his message wasn’t so accurate. Ingrid, my wife, and I sit in a classroom full of oldermarried couples who’ve been having …

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