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Volume 15, Issue 2

The public right to know

October, 2009

Trauma, environmental journalism, health reporting and te reo Māori in new PJR Trauma and exiled writers, the challenge of environmental journalism in Delta land, issues of editorial “slant” in health reporting and use of te reo Māori in newspapers are some of the topics featured in the latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review....

Volume 15, Issue 1

Diversity, identity and the media

May, 2009

PJR 15(1) 2009
PJR targets Fiji censorship, cross-cultural reporting Censorship and the assault on human rights and freedom of expression in Fiji are featured in the latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review. The AUT Pacific Media Centre-based publication, New Zealand's only peer-reviewed international media research journal, publishes this week a...

Volume 14, Issue 2

The public right to know: Reporting futures

September, 2008

PJR features political blogging, TV war reporting Political blogging and digital technology’s impact on television war reporting are featured in the latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review launched in Sydney at the weekend with a collection of public right to know media research papers. Launched by former Australian Centre for...

Volume 14, Issue 1

The future of mainstream media

March, 2008

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THE FUTURE OF MAINSTREAM MEDIA 1. Commentary: The news media – the Prime Minister’s view Helen Clark  2.  Commentary: The smartest guys in the room – covering the Enron saga Bethany McLean 3. Commentary: The power of print remains undiminished Tim Pankhurst 4. Testing times: Kiwi journalists and...

Volume 13, Issue 2

Media and digital democracy

September, 2007

Military blamed over rash of post-coup political blogs   A senior Fiji journalist believes the military is partly responsible for the number of political blogs that have expanded the media landscape in Fiji since the fourth coup in December last year. Sophie Foster, a former deputy editor of The Fiji Times,...

Volume 13, Issue 1

Journalism Downunder

March, 2007

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Journalists want changes to training and pay, NZ research shows   A survey of more than 500 New Zealand journalists has revealed marked unhappiness about levels of pay, resourcing and training. The “Big Journalism 2007” survey found that, while many individual journalists are very satisfied with...

Volume 12, Issue 2

Eco-journalism and security

September, 2006

PJR 12(2) September 2006
Anti-terror laws threaten media freedom Australia’s tough anti-terror laws have impacted strongly on the media and contrasted with more relaxed policies in New Zealand and the Pacific, says a report in the latest Pacific Journalism Review. A survey of the status of anti-terrorism legislation and the media in the region has revealed...

Volume 12, Issue 1

Contemporary gender issues

April, 2006

PJR 12(1) April 2006
This "Contemporary gender issues" edition of Pacific Journalism Review features many leading journalists and researchers. This was the first of two editions distributed this year as part of  Journalism Education of Association of New Zealand (JEANZ) membership. The edition was jointly edited by Dr Janet Bedggood and Allison...

Volume 11, Issue 2

Media ethics and accountability

September, 2005

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Press councils and M*A*S in the Pacific The September 2005 edition of Pacific Journalism Review, published in New Zealand, is devoted to media ethics and accountability systems (M*A*S). One article, by Shailendra Singh, considers "six South Pacific island countries that have have adopted, or are in the process of adopting, self-...

Volume 11, Issue 1

Media and the Indigenous public sphere

April, 2005

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One of the major conclusions of John Hartley and Alan McKee’s study is that, in the Australian media, indigenous people are central to a drama about Australian national identity. Stars rather than victims, indigenous people are caught up in a media narrative over which ‘they have little individual control, but which is nevertheless...

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