Welcome to the 2016 instalment of my “Worst Ghosts” yearly summary tradition! I’ve been looking back at the year just passed and choosing the worst ghosts to have made the headlines each year since 2011. You can find the links to the 2011-2015 posts at the end of this post.
I’ve always been interested in the relationship the media have with ghosts and monsters, especially in a world where news coverage is 24/7 and online now. Continue reading
When I write a blog post the title is often the last thing I create and I often find my inspiration in Betteridge’s Law. The law states that ‘any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no’. So, if you got this far into this blog post then you’ll probably chuckle at the headline of this post. You smarty pants, you.
So much has happened in the last few weeks that I can now finally update
listeners readers on, so hold onto your hats and let’s dive straight in.
Tolerance is created when people from different social groups celebrate their commonalities and their differences as positive things. Establishing connections with the diverse range of people around you makes it difficult to hold onto deep-rooted prejudices and yet being connected to the world online isn’t a cure-all for intolerance, hatred, and bigotry.