As we come towards the end of my journey in the BCM313 - Future of Work subject, along with my overarching time here at the University of Wollongong, I was afforded the opportunity to interview a member of the Australian Public Service in a narrative conversation discussing the themes of professional values, change in the... Continue Reading →
The Art of Outsider Witnessing and the utilisation in Narrative Practices #BCM313
"We're all in this together" - Troy Bolton, High School Musical The practice of Outsider Witnessing plays an important role in the field of narrative therapy as an individual or team of informed listeners support a speaker in a therapeutical sense but also in the "elicitation of feedback from a poststructuralist world-view." (Carey & Russell,... Continue Reading →
Responding to the Trials & Tribulations of Digital Community Volunteering!
Since 2019, I have been active within an online community as a content moderator, tasked with responding to reports, questions, or concerns, along with managing the communication channels to ensure that the rules are being upheld whether that be internal or external Terms of Service. I have progressed to the senior moderator level, whereby, I... Continue Reading →
Diagnosing & Self Reflection of My Unique Skills #BCM 313
Hello, and welcome to a short blog in which I'm tasked with identifying and explaining skills that may or may not be unique to me. Firstly, If this is your first time coming across my blog or me as a person, I'm Jacob Suter, a 22-year-old from the Far South Coast of Australia home of... Continue Reading →
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