Ms Sara Hadwin - MA (Oxford)
Director MA International Journalism Email: email@example.com
Telephone: +44 (0)29 208 74187
Location: Room 1.31, Bute Building
My research interests include media law; regional journalism and freedom of information.
Teaching print journalism across the School and co-ordinating MA International Journalism.
Modules taught include International News Production and In the Editor’s Chair. I also teach on the postgraduate newspaper diploma, specialising in media law, court reporting and arts coverage.
I supervise mainly MA International Journalism students producing practice-based dissertations on a wide range of topics.
Previous supervisions include dissertations on
- global warming
- the European Union
- undercover reporting
- mail order brides in Taiwan
- rural-urban immigration in China
- water privatisation
- the relationship between authors and journalists in post-independence Ghana
- the reporting of terrorism in UK and India
- the arms trade
My journalism career spanned roles from reporter to publisher. I launched a newspaper and edited an evening newspaper, weekly newspapers, websites and lifestyle and arts magazines. Most recently I edited the North West Evening Mail, Barrow, with four editions daily plus a weekly free and website.
I am a member of the Society of Editors and was national vice-president from 1997-98 and national treasurer for two years, serving on parliamentary and legal committee.
I am an Oxfam volunteer and can be found sorting second-hand books any Saturday morning in the Oxfam shop on Albany Road, Cardiff.