By Cao Z., Tang S., Cheng G.
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This is where the media can come in and amplify your voice. But approaching the media can feel daunting. Don’t let it be. We have the luxury of free speech and media access in Australia, even if it is sometimes logistically difficult. Globally, it’s still a rare privilege. Many people still feel their message is insignificant in the wider scheme of things, but that’s not true. Nearly everyone has an interesting story to tell, provided it’s told well; you just have to pick your moment. The media can give you a link to your community that you hadn’t encountered before.
Clear, lively writing or speaking isn’t guaranteed to get you over the line. But without it, you’re guaranteed to undermine your chances of a run. TOP TEN TIPS IN WRITING FOR THE MEDIA DR NEIL JAMES Executive Director, Plain English Foundation. � Neil James 2009 (Plain English Foundation Top Ten Tips for Media Writing) 1 Write for your audience It sounds obvious, but it’s easy to forget. Don’t think about the journalist you are sending your text; to think about the ultimate reader and the media you hope the story will air in.
To those contributors, not only thanks but also apologies. All contributors and interviewees were unpaid, and took time out of busy lives because they are committed to their fields. University media lecturers like Charles Sturt’s Rod McCulloch and Chris McGillion, and Sydney University’s Dr Anne Dunn helped with statistics for media students, as ephemeral as those statistics are. Their colleagues, CSU’s Kay Nankervis and RMIT’s Maree Curtis and Amanda Crane, also provided valuable insights. Contributors, interviewees, and those who provided background material include: Phillip Adams, Dr Neil James, Alan Kennedy, Dick Hughes, Brian Toohey, Ross Coulthart, Hugh Mackay, Richard Ackland, Donald Alexander, Mark Day, Eric Beecher, John Hartigan, Andra Jackson, John Highfield, David Marr, Garry Linnell, Bob Osburn, Christopher Zinn, Mike Osborne, Mike Bowers, Peter Rae, Tom Krause, Mark Colvin, Anita Jacoby, Chris Warren, Ngareta Rossell, Jacqueline Everitt, the GetUp!
3D analysis of functionally graded material plates with complex shapes and various holes by Cao Z., Tang S., Cheng G.