Author Archives: Sebastian Heinath

a turkish christmas

For this post, I interviewed a friend of mine, because I figured, her opinion would give me a whole different perspective on the topic. Her name is Serap, 22 years old, she was born and raised in Turkey, studies architecture… Continue reading → Continue reading

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Christmas on YouTube

After my second post about Daily Mail articles,  I felt like I need to change the subject to get a different view on the subject. I wanted to get away from processed journalism, towards homemade video content: 10:45 p.m. I’m searching… Continue reading → Continue reading

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the backfire effect

After looking into dark and deep abysses of the Daily Mail in the last post, I kept thinking about it, as I kept stumbling upon other articles by the DM. And apparently, they seem to have a certain pattern: A few years… Continue reading → Continue reading

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Jamie’s Food Revolution and Sugar Smart

  Why did I choose this campaign? I chose the Jamie Oliver Food Revolution and Sugar Smart, because it has one outstanding feature, that none of the other campaigns I found have: Jamie Oliver. And he seems to be a pretty credible person to launch such a campaign. But what also convinced me to have […] Continue reading

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