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Volume 9, Issue 1

Iraq and the media war

September, 2003

PJR 9 Sept 2003 cover
As many readers will know, Pacific Journalism Review was published for nine years in the Pacific – initially at the University of Papua New Guinea from November 1994, and then most recently at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji. This issue marks the relocation of the journal from Suva to the School of Communication Studies, Auckland...

Volume 8, Issue 1

Foreign ownership

June, 2002

JPR 8 June 2002 cover
Contents: This edition is the fourth published at the University of the South Pacific. Articles include: THE SPEIGHT CRISIS:COUP EDITORIAL CONTENT: Analysis of the Fiji 2000 political crisis, by Lynda Duncan Both the Fiji Times and the Daily Post reinforced the colonial myth that Fijian chiefs are the rightful rulers of Fiji,...

Volume 7, Issue 1

Crisis and coverage

August, 2001

PJR 7(1) 2001
This edition is the third published at the University of the South Pacific. PARADISE EXPOSED: Is the region's Fourth Estate up to it?  By Mary-Louise O'Callaghan Should the local press bear some of the responsibility for the political turmoil that has engulfed the South Pacific, asks this article in the first of a series of regional...

Volume 6, Issue 1

Millenium mayhem

December, 1999

JPR 6(1) 2000
This edition is the second published at the University of the South Pacific. BLOOD ON THE CROSS  By Mark Davis. An ABC Four Corners team investigates allegations about the role of the International Red Cross and the British military in a massacre in the Southern Highlands of Irian Jaya during May 1996. The text of the controversial programme...

Volume 5, Issue 1

Daily Post buy-out deal

March, 1999

PJR 5(1) 1999
This edition was printed in Suva and has been assisted with funding by UNESCO. It is being published in association with the journalism programme and Pacific Writing Forum, University of the South Pacific.    

Volume 4, Issue 1

Media and mercenaries

November, 1997

PJR 4(1) 1997
Chief Ombudsman Simon Pentanu says the South Pacific is a haven for probing journalism. Speaking at the launching on Friday of the latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review and several other books, he noted that the PJR focused on the Sandline affair with the theme "media and the mercenaries" and other regional press freedom...

Volume 3, Issue 2

News media under fire

November, 1996

PJR 3(2) Nov 1996 cover
Media commentators see the jailings of two Taimi 'o Tonga journalists and an MP whistleblower in Tonga as the most serious threat to media freedom in the South Pacific since the Fiji coups in 1987. But Fiji Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka sees the harsh move as a lesson for journalists. Other critics regard the issue as one of a need for...

Volume 3, Issue 1

Ting Ting Bilong Mi

June, 1996

PJR 3(1) 1996
Campion Ohasio is a Solomon islands cartoonist and journalist. Without any art lessons in his homeland - or anywhere - he honed his trenchant cartooning skills for three years on Uni Tavur, the award-winning newspaper produced by journalism students at the University of Papua New Guinea. This volume is a collection of his cartoons.

Volume 2, Issue 1

PNG 'Under The Spell'

November, 1995

PJR 2(1) 1995
Last year, Pacific Journalism Review was launched for the first time at the University of Papua New Guinea. It was a modest effort to get the first regional magazine dealing with Pacific media, mass communication and journalism issues  based at a Pacific tertiary institution up and running. But the high level of interest in Pacific Journalism...

Volume 1, Issue 1

The NBC radio gag

November, 1994

PJR 1(1) 1994
Journalism and related information and mass communication issues have a dearth of outlets in the South Pacific. While the region's news media has developed technically in leaps and bounds in the last decade and journalistic standards have risen, the region's information profile remains much the same. The major newspapers remain dominated...

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