People and Place: Reflection

Everyone has a story. It’s how we tell it that makes it unique and engaging.
For this first journalism assessment focusing on a person’s connection to a place, I have decided to focus on a friend that lives with me on university residence. She has a deep connection with the rural home she grew up in and experienced culture shock when she moved to college in the city of Wollongong. Instead of centring on connection to her childhood home, the assessment will focus on how she developed a connection to college.
I hope to contrast the two places and convey the differences between the two places, as well communicating how a connection to a new place was established. The use of ambient sound is crucial in developing the mood and tone of the piece, and a succinct script focusing on the most important points will build the narrative, thus creating a piece that will convey meaning and create a strong story.

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