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Vol 21, No 1, May 2015 [In production]



20th Anniversary of PJR Conference - November 27/29 at AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.
Conference proceedings.  Pacific Journalism Monograph No. 4.

Political journalism
in the Asia-Pacific

Pacific Journalism Review celebrate 20 years of publication in November. A special anniversary conference was held in November 27/29 at AUT University. A special anniversary edition will then be published as a book in May 2015. The editors will draw on the best papers presented at the conference for the next edition of PJR.

Articles on unthemed topics related to media and journalism theory and practice may also be considered for the edition.

The double blind peer-reviewed journal has five main sections: Research articles, Commentaries, Frontline, Forum and Reviews.

The APA-based style guide is at:
Managing editor: Professor David Robie

Articles - up to 6000 words
Commentaries - 1500 to 3000 words
Frontline (Journalism as research) – up to 6000 wds
Reviews - up to 1500 words (Noted short reviews: 300 words)
Forum (contributions to debate) - up to 800 words.

Next edition submission deadline:

June January 20, 2015

Forthcoming issues of PJR:

21(1) May 2015: Political journalism in the Asia-Pacific (editors: Professor David Robie, Professor Barry King, Dr Philip Cass and Professor Wendy Bacon). Conference abstracts deadline: August 31, 2014; Final papers deadline: January 20, 2015.

21(2) October 2015: Challenges of documentary making (PJR2014 Part 2)  (editors: Professors Barry King and Annie Goldson (themed, and Professor David Robie (unthemed). Submissions deadline: June 20, 2015.