Pacific Journalism Review 23(2): ‘Journalism education in Asia-Pacific

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Pacific Journalism Review

ISBN/code: ISSN 1023-9499

Publication date: Thursday, November 30, 2017

Samoan, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu media case studies are among those featured in the latest Pacific Journalism Review just published.

Corruption in the Pacific and the media and journalism education and training are covered extensively with transcripts of presentations from the last year’s World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC) conference at Auckland University of Technology.

Jeremaiah M. Opiniano deploys a phenomenological study to analyse the roles and purposes of graduate journalism education in two Asian countries.
 
Qatari media commentator Dr Tarek Cherkaoui, author of the recently published book The News Media at War, also analyses the blockade imposed on the tiny Gulf state by the Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates-led cabal of Middle East nations and attempts to shut down the Doha-based digital television broadcaster Al Jazeera.

https://ojs.aut.ac.nz/pacific-journalism-review/issue/view/6

1.Vol 23 No 2 (2017): Journalism education in Asia-Pacific

Editorial

EDITORIAL: Pacific media advocacy

David Robie

6-10

Articles

Samoa’s media freedom climate: ‘Shining the light’

Misa Vicky Lepou

11-25

A two-nation Asian phenomenological study: Roles and purposes of graduate journalism education through the lens of global journalism

Jeremaiah M. Opiniano

26-50

The challenges of anonymous source stories: A case study of Solomon Islands daily newspapers

Eddie T. Osifelo

51-65

Media and journalism training in Vanuatu

Dave Mandavah

66-69

Transcripts

Corruption in the Pacific – a threat to cultural identity

Julie Cleaver

70-92

Pacific journalism education and training – the new advocacy era

Mackenzie Smith

93-110

Special Reports

Back to the Future: Sparta, Athena, and the battle for the Arab public sphere

Tarek Cherkaoui

112-125

Articles (Unthemed)

‘There’s no media for refugees’: Information and communication in camps on the Thai-Burma border

Victoria Jack

127-143

New Zealand media camouflage political lobbying

Catherine Strong, Fran Tyler

144-158

Tanah Papua, Asia-Pacific news blind spots and citizen media: From the ‘Act of Free Choice’ betrayal to a social media revolution

David Robie

159-178

‘You can’t avoid sex and cigarettes’: How Indonesian Muslim mothers teach their children to read billboards

Hanny Savitri Hartono, Sharyn Davies, Graeme MacRae

179-196

‘What are you waiting for, Diggers?’ The ANZAC image in Commando comics

Philip Cass, Jonathan (Jack) Ford

197-215

Reviews

REVIEW: A real inspiration for the next generation of NZ journalists

Louise Matthews

217-219

REVIEW: Maintaining the climate struggle

Philip Cass

220

REVIEW: Timely climate media strategy to empower citizens

David Robie

221-224

REVIEW: More than just a naughty boy

Philip Cass

225

REVIEW: Valuable overview of global journalism

James Hollings

226-227

REVIEW: Noted: Al Jazeera a classic example of soft power

Philip Cass

227-228

Report by Pacific Media Centre

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