Behind The Headlines

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For the spring term of 2015, Hev is running a regular workshop from 3-5pm at Crisis Newcastle entitled “Behind The Headlines”. The sessions involve group discussion and debate on current news items, news from the past and various themes that affect people from the media. Sessions so far have looked at topics including photographic alterations and mis-titling, the Charlie Hebdo situation and media bias. These pages are for use during the sessions and include useful links for the session.


Behind The Headlines (28th February 2015)

The Power and The Curse of Social Media


What is Social Media?


Pros & Cons

Breaking news

 Mobilising political Movements

Click Bait & Memes

You only die twice..


That Dress




The traditional media outlets on Social Media



Behind The Headlines 7th February 2015

In the news this week:

10 things we didn’t know last week….

Pick of the news


In other news


Behind The Headlines (31st January 2015)

This week


This one is something that’s not going to go away….

Now click on this one

but other news agencies are taking the story and running it too…





Behind The Headlines (24th January 2015)

News this Week




Behind The Headlines (17th January 2015)

Here are some useful links for today’s session:

Some News Links:

 What’s in the news this week

Airbrushing the news…


Israeli Orthodox Newspaper (this week)


Poll Tax Riot Image