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The Fourth Estate role of the media in a democracy is to inform its citizens and to be a forum for debate about political issues so that the citizenry is able to make informed decisions about the role its government plays. New Zealand portrays...
Biography is currently one of the most popular literary genres but New Zealand writers seem to choose their subjects from quite a narrow range of sportsmen and military figures. Few have chosen to write about historic media individuals. The last one...
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1999, 234 pp. ISBN: 0-8248-2106-8 It is wise to approach books on the Pacific with caution, as the definition of what countries make up the Pacific is a little like that of the international community. It means...
Commentary: In April 1994, the Wingti Government in Papua New Guinea imposed an unprecedented gag on the National Broadcasting Commission reporting on the Islands region premiers summit expected to debate possible secession.
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 in bounds in the last decade and journalistic standards have risen,...
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