Headlines gone mad: how coverage of ANU's Eagle Rock controversy fed the outrage industry

In an article for The Guardian, journalist and ANU student Emily Jones examines the media’s coverage of an incident at a university residential college event. The sensationalist controversy reduced women’s experiences to no more than another example of ‘political correctness gone mad’, whilst ignoring the real issue - the toxic sexist culture on university campuses. Read more here.





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Tuesday, 25 April 2017

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