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Modern media and self esteem
More young people are calling Childline due to eating disorders. Media can affect self esteem - but while it is fair to ask for certain standards from providers, it is more important to prepare young people for life in the digital age.
The art of understanding trauma
Shannon Yee suffered acquired brain injury nearly a decade ago, before composing a show that puts the audience through her experience. She tells Scope about recovery and some of the direct benefits of artistic expression.
Art imitating near death – a learning experience
Shannon Yee’s Reassembled, Slightly Askew is a sensory experience that aims to replicate significant brain injury. Scope looks at a groundbreaking piece of art that has come again to Belfast’s Metropolitan Art Centre.
Irish: how can an endangered language be a threat?
It is time we had a mature debate about the Irish language. To do so we need to get a much broader context for our discussions.
The BBC demotes its boss in Northern Ireland
Putting out bad or highly contentious statements on a busy news day is one of the oldest and sneakiest tricks in the book.