W-3, Current affairs Reflection- by UBAID UR RAZA

I am very glad in this trimester, because I have a golden chance to get knowledge from lecturers, who has much knowledge and experience. It’s my first reflective diary, which was lectured by Prof. Avengelors and taught more in tutorial by Mr Jhon Britto. Week 3 lecture is about globalization and how it is related to the current situation.

According to my perspective, Current Affairs is a genre of broadcast journalism where the emphasis is on detailed analysis and discussion of news stories that have recently occurred or are ongoing at the time of broadcast. This differs from regular news broadcasts that emphasizes on news reports presented for simple presentation as soon as possible, often with a minimum of analysis. It is also different from the news magazine show format in that the events are discussed immediately.

On of the most important and major current affairs is globalization.. It holds together trade and transaction, capital and investment, migration and moved of people, kindness and discrimination etc. it involves of political, economic, sociocultural and environmental frame. In the tutorial class I got more knowledge about this issue, we make small groups each group discussed and give presentation about and one type of conflict and in the end of the class our tutorial lecture give more explanation and conclude all.

Furthermore, in class lecturer tried to explain how and when conflicts start. He gave us the example of Islam history about Kabil and Abil. He linked the conflict with the current situation such as the war between Kashmir, Pakistan and India. Consequently, I learnt about different types of conflicts, colonization and interdependence of countries. This helps to increase my general knowledge and also taught me how to apply idea to solve a conflict.

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