Culture Studies · Life & General

Student Appliances: The Rice Cooker

What am I talking about? This. The humble rice cooker. Set with two functions; Cook and Keep Warm, the Rice Cooker is a home appliance that I have cherished since I discovered its existence circa 2015. Please forgive me for the late appreciation post on the topic - as a White Lady, my family messed… Continue reading Student Appliances: The Rice Cooker

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PhD Progress & Thoughts

Finding Measures for your PhD Methods Section

I'll get to the point. I'm now at the stage of my thesis where I'm preparing my methodology and designing my survey/interview/analysis. It's not difficult, merely time consuming. How is it, that I don't find it difficult? Because I discovered a sneaky tip for finding measures from previous studies! As an academic, citation is key!… Continue reading Finding Measures for your PhD Methods Section

Culture Studies · Life & General

Dear White People Commenting on my Family

This blog post is an open call-out letter to White people, addressing their comments on my family. Particular focus goes to my White family members. You know who you are. Take a quick listen to this. You don't have to hear the whole thing. Just take a listen to the first minute. What's your reaction;… Continue reading Dear White People Commenting on my Family

PhD Progress & Thoughts

Laptops in Class, and Making Learning Accessible to All Students

It should come as no surprise to my readers, at this point, to learn that I am a HUGE fan of modern technology. Without it, many things would have been impossible for me. I couldn't have educated myself without the concept of a home computer; I couldn't have the flexibility to work where I pleased… Continue reading Laptops in Class, and Making Learning Accessible to All Students