Tag: David Marchant

  • What Happens To The Brain When You Become Paranoid?

    Have you ever found yourself wondering if people are looking at you or if they’re just thinking about something else? Maybe you’ve been paranoid that someone is following you or that someone is trying to hack into your computer. Paranoia is a mental disorder characterized by irrational thoughts and fears. And according to some studies, […]

  • The Role Of A Fraud Journalist

    Fraud journalists are an important part of any society. They play a critical role in documenting and exposing fraudsters, so that innocent people aren’t taken advantage of. Their work is essential not just in the financial world, but in all industries. In this blog post, we will explore the role of a fraud journalist and […]

  • The Latest Biggest Fake News Scandal

    For a long time, the internet has been a place where people can share and discuss whatever they want. This has led to some serious problems in the past, such as the rise of fake news. Now, there’s a new type of fake news scandal on the horizon: election meddling. If you don’t know what […]

  • The Journalism Principles Worsen Under Trump

    It was only a matter of time before Donald Trump took over the White House. And while his presidency has already wrought a number of changes—many of which have had negative effects on freedom of the press—one in particular is worth noting: the principle of separation of media and state. This principle, first enshrined in […]

  • The Ethics Of Journalism: Breaking The Rules To Get The Story

    Journalism is an important part of our democracy. It’s the backbone of investigative reporting and keeping the public informed. However, journalism isn’t free from ethical dilemmas. In this blog post, we will explore some of the most common ethical issues journalists face and how to navigate them. From sources to story ideas to publishing decisions, […]

  • The Dark Side of Journalistic Ethics

    Journalism is a profession that is often seen as noble and honorable. But what happens when journalists break the rules? In this blog post, we will explore the dark side of journalistic ethics and how you can protect yourself from such scandals. From fake news to predatory journalism, learn about the dangers of breaking ethical […]

  • Low-Level Reporters: Why It Feels Like They Work For Free

    In many fields, the work that low-level reporters do is invaluable. From providing feedback to managers on their work to monitoring compliance, these people play an important role. But because they are not always considered part of the management team, low-level reporters often feel like they don’t deserve the same pay and benefits as their […]

  • How To Spot A Narcissist

    Narcissism is a personality disorder characterized by a grandiose sense of self-importance, a need for admiration, and a lack of empathy for others. As you may have noticed in your own life, there are some people who seem to thrive on putting others down. They may appear to be leaders, but underneath the surface they’re […]

  • Chronic Loneliness: The Problem Everyone Must Address

    Chronic loneliness is a problem that’s been increasingly on the radar of both professionals and the general public. In fact, it’s estimated that up to 45% of the population suffers from chronic loneliness at some point in their lives. Chronic loneliness has a host of negative consequences, including heightened levels of anxiety and depression, poorer […]

  • A Cautionary Tale On The Rise Of Online Journalism

    Journalism has always been an important part of our society. It’s the process by which we hold our leaders accountable and learn about the world around us. And it’s not just traditional journalism that’s in danger; online journalism is too. In recent years, we’ve seen a rise in online journalistic outlets that often lack the […]