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Research outputs from the Pacific Media Centre and research associates include:

2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 20122011 | 2010 |

2019

Media outputs:
Robie, David (2019, January 25). Typhoon Usman and nightmarish holiday times in Bicol. Asia Pacific Report.

2018

Refereed journal articles:
Robie, David (2018). Killing the messenger [Editorial]. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(2), 6-11.
Robie, David (2018). Journalism under duress in Asia-Pacific: A decade of resistance: The Pacific Media Centre, Pacific Media Watch, impunity and human rights. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(2), 12-32.
Robie, David (2018). Asia Pacific Report: A New Zealand nonprofit journalism model for campus-based social justice media. IKAT: The Indonesian Journal of Southeast Asian Studies,2(1), 119-147. https://doi.org/10.22146/ikat.v2i1.37395
Frain, Sylvia (2018). ‘Make America Secure’: Media, militarism and climate change in the Marianas Archipelago. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(2), 218-240.
Robie, David (2018). A crusade for media truth and justice [Review]. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(2), 258-262.
Robie, David (2018). Indonesian repression and betrayal in West Papua [Review]. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(2), 266-271.
Wahyuni, H., Fitrah, A., Handayani, F., & Robie, D. (2018). Ecological communication in Asia-Pacific: A comparative analysis of social adaptation to maritime disaster in Indonesia and Fiji. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(1), 12-36. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v24i1.390
Robie, David (2018). Bearing Witness 2017: Year 2 of a Pacific climate change storytelling project. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(1), 155-177. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v24i1.415
Robie, David (2018).  IKAT on the right track [Editorial foreword]. IKAT: The Indonesian Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 1(2), v-viii.
https://doi.org/10.22146/ikat.v1i2.33204

Edited journals:
Robie, David; Rahman, Khairiah; and Cass, Philip; (eds.). (2018, November). Journalism Under Duress in Asia-Pacific. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 23(2). 278pp.
Robie, David; Rahman, Khairiah; Cass, Philip; Wahyuni, Hermin Indah;  and Yulianto, Vissia Ita (eds). (2018, July). Disasters, Cyclones & Communication: Connecting the dots in Asia-Pacific. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 24(1). 249pp.

Conference proceedings:
Robie, David; and Marbrook, Jim (2018). Bearing Witness 2018: A climate change journalism/documentary development project. DevNet 2018: Disruption and Renewal conference. 
Robie, David (2018). Pacific Media Centre: Driving an innovative journalism research and publication strategy. NZ Institute for Pacific Research (NZIPR) conference
Robie, David (2018). Kele’a, va, kororonga, talanoa and tapoetethakot: Expanding millennial notions of ‘Pacific way’ journalism education and media research culture. 26th Asia Media Information and Communication (AMIC) Centre Conference, Manipal, South India.

Media outputs:
Tom, Blessen (2018, November 30). Media freedom in Pacific a growing challenge, says journalism academic. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Robie, David (2018, November 8). Kanaky independence campaign rolls on … encouraged by ballot result. [Part 2]. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Robie, David (2018, November 7). New Caledonia stirs painful memories – and a hopeful future [Part 2]. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Nakhid, Camille (2018, September 15). Camille talks to TTT Live about ‘decolonising’ research. Trinidad and Tobago Television.
Ellis, Gavin (2018, August 23). RNZ None to Noon tribute to Pacific Media Centre postgraduate students. [Commentary on Radio New Zealand]. 
Robie, David (2018, August 7). David Robie talks to Radio 531pi host Ma’a Brian Sagala about the legacy of the 1985 South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty. [Interview with Radio 531].
Robie, David (2018, July 16). Contrasting accounts of Indonesian genocide and betrayal in West Papua. Asia Pacific Report. [Online]
Robie, David (2018, July 10). ‘Sick joke’, threats cited in Asia Pacific declining media freedom summit. Asia Pacific Report. [Online]
Frain, Sylvia (2018, June 18). Julian Aguon: ‘We cannot footnote our way to freedom’. Pacific Media Centre Online. [Online]
Robie, David (2018, June 12). ‘Fake news’ and milennials’ lack of media judgment a challenge, says leading Indian academic. Asia Pacific Report. [Online]
Marbrook, Jim (2018, May 18). Conflict, Custom and Conscience. Spasifik Magazine.
Bell, Jean (2018, May 4). PMC director condemns ‘targeting’ of journalists and silence on West Papua. [Seminar by Dr David Robie]. Asia Pacific Report.
Robie, David (2018, May 3). Media freedom under attack. [Interview with Islands Business.]
Robie, David (2018, May 3). Free media week killings underscore crimes of impunity against journalists. Asia Pacific Report.
Frain, Sylvia (2018, February 27). Climate change media tools helpful, but more Pacific indigenous perspectives needed. Pacific Media Centre Online.
Robie, David (2018, February 25). More frontline research ‘by Pacific for Pacific’ plea at climate conference. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Robie, David (2018, February 24). Juffa blasts PNG resources ‘sell out’ but tells of Managalas hope. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Robie, David (2018, February 23). Underestimate climate change political upheaval ‘at peril’, warns former PM. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Peacock, Colin (2018, February 18). Independent news coverage shrinks as NZ Newswire shut down [RNZ Mediawatch quoting interview with David Robie on Pacific media coverage]. RNZ Mediawatch [Online and audio]
Robie, David (2018, February 7). A timely media strategy to empower citizens [Review]. Asia Pacific Report [Online]
Robie, David (2018, November 28). Coups, globalisation and Fiji’s reset structures of ‘democracy’ [Review]. Asia Pacific Report [Online]
Robie, David (2018, November 18). UN critics joined global outrage over Duterte’s Rappler ‘free press’ attack. Asia Pacific Report [Online]

2017

Edited books:
Marbrook, Jim; Abcede, Del; Robertson, Natalie; & Robie, David (eds.) (2017). Conflict, custom & conscience: Photojournalism and the Pacific Media Centre 2007-2017. Auckland: Pacific Media Centre, Auckland University of Technology. 80pp. ISBN 978-1-927184-44-5

Refereed journal articles:
Nakhid, C. (2017). The coping strategies and responses of African youth in New Zealand to their encounters with the police.
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice. https://doi.org/10.1080/15377938.2017.1413609
Nakhid, C. (2017). Police encounters with African youth in New Zealand – the impact on the youth, family, and community. Safer Communities, 16(2), pp.64-76, https://doi.org/10.1108/SC-01-2017-0001
Robie, David (2017). Indonesian double standards over press freedom endanger safety of Papuan journalists. Media Asia, 44(1 ), 40-47. doi: 10.1080/01296612.2017.1379812
Robie, David (2017). Tanah Papua, Asia-Pacific news blind spots and citizen media: From the ‘Act of Free Choice’ betrayal to a social media revolution. Pacific Journalism Review: Te Koakoa, 23(2), 159-178. doi: 10.24135/pjr.v23i2.334
Robie, David (2017). Timely climate media strategy to empower citizens [Review]. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 23(2), 221-224. doi: 10.24135/pjr.v23i2.337
Robie, David (2017). The insecurity legacy of the Rainbow Warrior affair: A human rights transition from nuclear to climate change refugees.  Pacific Dynamics, 1(1), 133-152.
Robie, David (2017). Bearing Witness 2016: A Fiji climate change journalism case study. Pacific Journalism Revie : Te Koakoa, 23(1), 115-133. doi: 10.24135/pjr.v23i1.257
Robie. David (2017). Timely strategic research spotlights killing of journalists [Review]. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 23(1),  220-222. doi: 10.24135/pjr.v23i1.323
Robie, David (2017). Refreshed digital journalism education mission needed [Review]. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 23(1), 227-228.  doi: 10.24135/pjr.v23i1.322

Refereed monographs:
Morris, Ricardo (2017). Watching our words: Perceptions of self-censorship and media freedom in Fiji. Pacific Journalism Monograph No 6. 56pp. ISBN: 9781927184448

Edited journals:
Robie, David; and Nash, Philip (eds). (2017, November 30). Media education in Asia-Pacific. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 23(2). 230pp.
Robie, David; Nash, Chris; and Singh, Shailendra (eds.). (2017, July 21). Climate change in Asia-Pacific. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 23(1). 284pp.

Conference proceedings:
Robie, David (2017). Asia Pacific Report: A radical non-profit journalism model for campus-based social justice media. Social Movements Resistance and Social Change III Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, September 2016. Pages 110-148. Published 30 August 2017.

Postgraduate research degree:
Frain, Sylvia C. (2017). Fanohge Famalåo’an & Fan’tachu Fama’lauan: Women Rising Indigenous Resistance to Militarization in the Marianas Archipelago. Unpublished doctoral thesis, National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago).

Media outputs:
Robie, David (2017, November 18). Tiny Timbulsloko fights back in face of Indonesia’s ‘ecological disaster’. Asia Pacific Report [Online]
Robie, David (2017, November 15). Indonesia’s development dilemmas – a green info gap and budget pressure. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Borrowdale, James (2017, July 22). Why Pacific and Maori communities are rising up for a free West Papua. Asia Pacific Report and VICE [Extensive interview with PMC’s David Robie). [Online].
Cherkaoui, Tarek (2017, July 11). Autocracy strikes back: Media freedom under siege in Arabia. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Robie, David (2017, June 11). Flashback to NZ’s nuclear-free law 1987: Challenging Goliath. Asia Pacific Report/New Internationist.
Hutt, Kendall (2017, May 31). Duterte’s ‘war on drugs’ killings spark row during NZ human rights seminar. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Nakhid, Camille (2017, May 19). ‘I want my children back’ – Fighting for Australia’s indigenous children. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Nakhid, Camille (2017, May 13).Uncle Shane on Australia’s shame: ‘We’re the vulnerable ones, the ones without a voice’. Asia Pacific Report [Online]
Robie, David (2017, May 12). An Indonesian oasis of progressive creativity emerges in culture city. Asia Pacific Report [Online + video].
Robie, David (2017, May 7). Rave hospitality, but Indonesia fails West Papua with media freedom hypocrisy. Asia Pacific Report [Online].
Bryce, Brindi (2017, February 9). VANUATU: Media now in uncharted territory with FOI law now in place #9803. Asia Pacific Report. [Radio Australia Pacific Beat Interview with Prof David Robie by Bindi Bryce].
Bryce, Brindi (2017, February 9). Vanuatu media in unchartered territory as Freedom of Information law becomes a reality. ABC Pacific Beat. [Interview with Prof David Robie by Bindi Bryce].
Pacific Media Watch (2017, July 13). PNG court silences political blogger’s comments, blogger posts gag image. IFEX [Canada].
Pacific Media Watch (2017, July 13). PNG court silences political blogger’s comments, blogger posts gag image. Asia Pacific Report.
Robie, David (2017, January 15). Endangered – the frontline journalism of outrage [Review]. Asia Pacific Report.
Robie, David (2017, January 12). Florida airport shootings – few basic questions being asked. Asia Pacific Report.
Pacific Media Watch Freedom Project (2017). Full year’s research and current affairs file. Pacific Media Centre.

2016

Authored book chapters:
Robie, David (2016). ‘Unfree and unfair’? Media intimidation in Fiji’s 2014 election. In Lawson, Stephanie, and Ratuva, Steven (Eds.), The People Have Spoken: The 2014 Elections in Fiji (pp. 83-107). Canberra: Australian National University.

Robie, David (2015). Unfree and unfair? Media intimidation in Fiji’s 2014 election. In Ratuva, Steve, and Lawson, Stephanie, Fiji’s 2014 General Election. Canberra: Australian National University (Forthcoming). – See more at: https://dev.aut.ac.nz/profiles/david-robie#sthash.jCFOPQSW.dpuf

Robie, David (2015). Unfree and unfair? Media intimidation in Fiji’s 2014 election. In Ratuva, Steve, and Lawson, Stephanie, Fiji’s 2014 General Election. Canberra: Australian National University (Forthcoming). – See more at: https://dev.aut.ac.nz/profiles/david-robie#sthash.jCFOPQSW.dpuf

Edited books/journals:
Neilson, Michael (2016). Pacific Way: Auckland’s Pasifika community diaspora media. Pacific Journalism Monograph No. 5. (72 pages)
Cass, Philip, and Robie, David (2016). Journalism Education in the Pacific. Pacific Journalism Review, 22(2). (216 pages).
Robie, David (2016, May). Endangered JournalistsPacific Journalism Review, 22(1). (262 pages).

Refereed journal articles:
Robie, David (2016). From Pacific Scoop to Asia-Pacific Report: A case study in an independent campus-industry media partnership. Pacific Journalism Review, 22(2), 64-86.
Robie, David (2016). La’o Hamutuk and Timor-Leste’s development challenges: A case study in human rights and collaborative journalism. Media Asia, 42(3-4), 209-224.
Robie, David (2016). Tanah Papua, Asia-Pacific news blind spots and citizen media: From the ‘Act of Free Choice’ betrayal to a social media revolution. 51st Foreign Policy School: Global Polics from State to Social Media, Conference proceedings.
Robie, David (2016). Frontline 2: Rainbow Warrior, secrecy and state terrorism: A Pacific journalism case study. Pacific Journalism Review, 22(1), 187-213.

Theses/dissertations:
Alzowaimil, Majid A. (2016). After the Arab Spring: An analysis of the future of journalism in the Middle East. AUT Master of Communication Studies thesis.
Abplanalp, Karen (2016). Media restrictions on Papua – understanding the restrictions. AUT Master of Communication Studies exegesis and microsite.

Conference papers:
Robie, David (2016, September 1-3). From Un Tavur to Asia Pacific Report: Case studies in campus-based social justice media. Counter Futures Conference, “Social Movements, Resistance and Social Change”, Victoria University, Wellington.
Robie, David (2016, July 2). Tanah Papua, Asia Pacific news blind spots and citizen media. Otago Foreign Policy School, Otago University, Dunedion, 1-3 July 2016.
Robie, David (2016, April 17). Pacific human rights as a ‘mindful’ journalist. [Extracted from keynote address by Dr Robie].”Enhancing a Human rights-based approach to news reporting” Forum in Nadi, Fiji, 13-15 April 2016.

Media outputs:
Robie, David (2016, December 3). Carry on Fidel Castro’s global legacy, urges Cuban ambassador. Asia Pacific Report.
Robie, David (2016, September 19). Philippines ‘hit man’ allegations spur renewed calls for killings probe. Asia Pacific Report.
Robie, David (2016, September 3). Rendezvous with the ‘no nukes’ Aneityum cover girl after 33 years. Vanuatu Daily Post.
Camille Nakhid (2016, July 30). A Wiradjuri grandmother’s sad story: ‘The Stolen Generations have never stopped’. Asia Pacific Report.
Camille Nakhid (2016, July 22). Still stealing the generations – the abduction of Indigenous Australian children still goes on. Asia Pacific Report.
David Robie (2016, July 17). Speak-up Korerotia: David Robie and panel talk citizen media and human rights. Plains FM Radio. [Interviewer Sally Carlton.]
Camille Nakhid (2016, July 22). Still stealing the generations – the abduction of Indigenous Australian children still goes on. Asia Pacific Report.
David Robie (2016, July 6). Interviewed by 95bFM’s Andrew Winstanley on the university student unrest in PNG. 95bFM, University of Auckland.
David Robie (2016, July 4). NZ media ‘ignore’ Pacific’s biggest story in spite of social media revolution. Asia Pacific Report
David Robie (2016, May 26). Pacific corruption-fighters worried as online database faces uncertain future. [Interview with Jemima Garrett]. Radio Australia Pacific Beat.
David Robie (2016, April 28). ‘Pacific media ought to bear witness to human rights violations’ – David Robie. Triple RRRT Project of the United Nations Development Programme, Nadi, Fiji.
David Robie (2016, April 26). PMC director calls for ‘voice for the voiceless’ at Pacific human rights forum. AUT News.
David Robie (2016, April 21). Fear of reprisal puts limit on Pacific human rights journalism, say advocates. Asia Pacific Report.
David Robie (2016, April 21). Fear of reprisal limiting human rights journalism [ Interview with Ben Robinson]. RNZI Dateline Pacific, Wellington.
David Robie (2016, April 19). Tell the truth, journos told [Interview with Margaret Wise]. The Fiji Times, Suva.
David Robie (2016, April 14). Workshop for journos. The Fiji Times, Suva.
David Robie (2016, April 14). Media have big future. Fiji Sun, Suva.
David Robie, (2016, April 13). Focus on journos. The Fiji Times, Suva.
David Robie (2016, April 9). Polar bear mojo for Rainbow Warrior skipper’s environmental thriller [Review of Greenpeace Captain]. Asia Pacific Report.
Alastair Wanklyn (2016, April 6). Panama Papers: China censors allegations, but Russian media notes contents. [Interview with David Robie]. Asia Pacific Report.
Alastair Wanklyn (2016, April 5). China, squelches Panama allegations, but Russia media note contents [Interview with David Robie]. The Japan Times.
David Robie (2016, March 30). Panel interview with ‘Bomber’ Bradbury on Radio Waatea & The Daily Blog’s Fifth Estate. Asia Pacific Report [Video]
Frain, Sylvia C. (2016, March 3). Mariana Islands community groups to sue US Navy over at risk wildlife. Asia Pacific Report.
David Robie (2016, February 17). Mystery of the 1983 Vanuatu ‘nuclear free’ girl finally solved. Cafe Pacific.

2015

Authored books:
Robie, David (2015, June): Don’t Spoil My Beautiful Face: Media, Mayhem and Human Rights in the Pacific [2nd edition]. Auckland: Little Island Press in association with the Pacific Media Centre.

Robie, David (2015, July): Eyes of Fire: The Last Voyage of the Rainbow Warrior [5th Edition]. Auckland: Little Island Press.

Authored book chapters:
Robie, David (2015). Unfree and unfair? Media intimidation in Fiji’s 2014 election. In Ratuva, Steve, and Lawson, Stephanie, Fiji’s 2014 General Election. Canberra: Australian National University (In production).

Robie, David (2015). Unfree and unfair? Media intimidation in Fiji’s 2014 election. In Ratuva, Steve, and Lawson, Stephanie, Fiji’s 2014 General Election. Canberra: Australian National University (Forthcoming). – See more at: https://dev.aut.ac.nz/profiles/david-robie#sthash.jCFOPQSW.dpuf

Robie, David (2015). Unfree and unfair? Media intimidation in Fiji’s 2014 election. In Ratuva, Steve, and Lawson, Stephanie, Fiji’s 2014 General Election. Canberra: Australian National University (Forthcoming). – See more at: https://dev.aut.ac.nz/profiles/david-robie#sthash.jCFOPQSW.dpuf

Edited books/journals:
Robie, David; King, Barry; Cass, Philip, and Bacon, Wendy (2015, May). Political Journalism in the Asia-Pacific [Book edition].  Pacific Journalism Review, 21(1): 262 pages.

King, Barry, Goldson, Annie; and Robie, David (2015, October). Documentary Practice in the Asia-Pacific. Pacific Journalism Review, 21(2): 217 pages.

Refereed journal articles:
Aslam, Rukhsana (2015). Media, politics and the threats to journalists in Pakistan. Pacific Journalism Review, 21(1): 178-195.

Korauaba, Taberannang (2015). Kiribati in review: Pacific Political Reviews. The Contemporary Pacific, 27(1): 232-237.

Robie, David (2015). Advocating Journalism Practice-as-research: A Case for Recognition in the New Zealand PBRF Context. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 25(1): 1-12.doi:10.1177/1326365X15575591

Robie, David (2015). Cybercrime, criminal libel and the media: From ‘e-martial law’ to the Magna Carta in the Philippines. Pacific Journalism Review, 21(1): 212-230.

Robie, David (2015). La’o Hamutuk and Timor-Leste’s development challenges: A case study in human rights and collaborative journalism. Media Asia. (In production).

Media outputs:

David Robie (2015, November). Rainbow Warrior’s truth-seeking remembered as secrecy lingers. Pen, Sydney.

Crispin Maslog (2015, July 21). Asia-Pacific Analysis: Digital revolution sweeps Pacific (citing AMIC plenary keynote by David Robie). SciDevNet

Ed Rampell (2015, July 10). Thirty years later: The bombing of the Rainbow Warrior [David Robie profile]. Earth Island Journal

David Robie (2015, July 10). Rainbow Warrior redux: French terrorism in the South Pacific. Pacific Media Centre.

David Robie (2015, July 10). Rainbow Warrior redux: French terrorism in the South Pacific. Eyes of Fire: 30 Years On [Online microsite published by Little Island Press].

David Robie (2015, July 10). Rainbow: Warrior: My Eyes of Fire anniversary message. Cafe Pacific.

David Robie (2015, July 5). David Robie discusses the Rainbow Warrior with French community radio on Planet FM hosted by Elisabeth Degremont.

David Robie (2015, July 4). Double-page spread article by David Robie in the Vanuatu Daily Post weekend.

David Robie (2015, July 3). David Robie discusses the Rainbow Warrior with French news agency AFP – Neil Sands.

David Robie (2015, June 29). David Robie discusses the Rainbow Warrior with German news agency DPA – Christiane Oelrich.

David Robie (2015, June 29). David Robie analyses the Melanesian Spearhead Group decision on West Papua [Southern Cross]. Interviewed by Nick Bond, Radio 95bFM.

David Robie (2015, June 28). Fiji, PNG lead betrayal, but West Papua still triumphs. [Cafe Pacific].

Alistar Kata (2015, April 20). Alistar Kata discusses South Pacific Forum issues. [Southern Cross]. Interviewed by Nick Bond, Radio 95bFM.

Shailendra Singh (2015, April 17). Nuclear testing legacy haunts Pacific island people. [Interview with PMC’s David Robie]. IDN-InDepth News.

David Robie and Alistar Kata (2015, April 13). David Robie and Alistar Kata talk on Pacific issues. [The Wire]. Interviewed by Nick Bond, Radio 95bFM.

David Robie (2015, April 11). David Robie discusses West Papua human rights and media issues. [Talanoa]. Interviewed by Marama Papalii, TVNZ Tagata Pasifika.
 

2014

Authored books:
Robie, David (2014, April 24): Don’t Spoil My Beautiful Face: Media, Mayhem and Human Rights in the Pacific. Auckland: Little Island Press in association with the Pacific Media Centre.

Edited books/journals:
Bacon, Wendy; Morton, Tom; and Robie, David (2014, May). Investigative journalism trends. Pacific Journalism Review, 20(1): 267 pages.

Robie, David; Duffield, Lee (2014, November). ‘Failed’ states and the environment. Pacific Journalism Review, 20(2): 262 pages.

Robie, David (2014, December). Pacific Journalism Monograph No 4. Twentieth Anniversary of Pacific Journalism Review Conference Proceedings (69 pages).

Refereed journal articles:
Korauaba, T. (2014). Kiribati media, science and politics: telling the story of climate change in a ‘disappearing nation’. Pacific Journalism Monograph No 3 (34pp). Auckland: Pacific Media Centre.

Robie, David (2014).  Pacific Media Watch and protest in Oceania: An investigative free media case study. Pacific Journalism Review, 20(1): 35–60.

Robie, David (2014). Lies, media integrity and the new digital environment. Pacific Journalism Review, 20(1): 242-246.

Robie, David (2014). Shooting the messenger, Pacific style. Media Development [Canada]. LXI(3); 6-10.

Robie, David (2014). Pacific Media Watch: beyond parochial news. Media Asia [Singapore], 41(3): 220-226.

Robie, David (2014). ‘Carbon colonialism’: Pacific environmental risk, media credibility and a deliberative perspective. Pacific Journalism Review, 20(2): 59-76.

Oosterman, Allison (2014). ‘The silence of the Sphinx’: The delay in organising the media coverage of World War II. Pacific Journalism Review, 20(2): 187-204.

Conference papers:
Robie, David (2014). Coconet w-fi, digital technology, business and education. Oral -presentation – plenary. Asian Development Bank (ADB), Pacific Business Media Summit, Sydney, Australia. 25-26 March 2014.

Robie, David (2014). West Papua: The Pacific’s secret shame: the challenges for Pacific news media. Oral presentation – keynote. Faculty of Law, University of Auckland. 1-2 August 2014.

Robie, David, and Abcede, Delia (2014). Cybercrime, criminal libel and the media: from ‘e-martial law’ to the Magna Carta in the Philippines. Pacific Journalism Review Twentieth Anniversary Conference, AUT University, 27-29 November 2014.

Postgraduate research degree:
Aslam, R. (2014). The role of media in conflict: integrating peace journalism in the journalism curriculum. Unpublished doctoral thesis.

Report:
Ismael, B., and Robie, D. (2014). Written submission for the United Nations Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review 19th Session by Reporters Without Borders and the Pacific Media Centre on the state of freedom of expression and access to information in Fiji. Paris: Reporters Sans Frontières; Auckland: Pacific Media Centre.

Media outputs:
David Robie (2014, December 15). Behind the elusive mythmaking over Fiji, West Papua. Pacific Politics [Online publication of the Pacific Institute of Public Policy]. Port Vila, Vanuatu.

David Robie (2014, September 28). Fiji elections – freedom and fairness for the media? Interviewed by Colin Peacock, Radio NZ Mediawatch.

David Robie (2014, September 27): From Fiji’s dictatorship to ‘democracy’ – the AUT student team on the job. Commentary on The Daily Blog.

David Robie (2014, September 24). Punitive media law in Fiji must be repealed. Interviewed by Steve Chase, ABC News Drive.

David Robie (2014, September 23). Call for repeal of Fiji’s media decree. Interviewed by Bruce Hill, Radio Australia.

Alistar Kata (2014, September 22). Some Fiji media accused of bias over election coverage. Interviewed by Bruce Hill, Radio Australia.

David Robie (2014, September 20). A Fiji democratic mandate for the coup leader – what now for the media? Café Pacific, New Zealand.

David Robie (2014, September 17). Watchdog hits out a Fiji media. Interviewed by Alex Perrottet, Radio NZ International.

Alistar Kata (2014, September 9).  Student journalist on the challenges of covering Fiji’s election. Interviewed by Bruce Hill on Radio Australia’s Pacific Beat.

Anna Majavu, David Robie (2014, August 28): East Timor court media ruling sparks confusion, triggers global petition – Lasse Underbjerg. Pacific Scoop.

David Robie (2014, August 28). Interview on Fiji Return to Democracy seminar, Reporter. Ruci Farrell. Pacific Radio Network.

David Robie (2014, August 12). Media freedom in West Papua exposed. Video interview by Struan Purdie, Pacific Media Centre Online.

David Robie (2014, June 15): David Robie on human rights in the Pacific – Wallace Chapman. Radio New Zealand’s Sunday.

David Robie (2014, June 8): David Robie talks media freedom on Radio Australia – Phil Kafcaloudes . Radio Australia.

David Robie (2014, May 29): David Robie talks media freedom to Media Watch – Richard Aedy. Radio Australia’s Media Watch.

David Robie (2014, May 3). E-libel laws the new front line in Pacific battle for press freedom. The Conversation.

David Robie (2014, April 24): New book focusing on secret history of Pacific – Indira Moala. Radio NZ International.

David Robie (2014, January 20): East Timor takes on Australia in ‘rip off’ spy case with country’s future on line. PMC Online Special Reports.

Pacific Media Watch outputs at: www.pacmediawatch.aut.ac.nz

2013

Authored books:
Robie, David (2013): Media, Mayhem and Human Rights. Auckland: Little Island Press. (Forthcoming).

Edited books/journals:
King, Barry, Johnson, Rosser, and Oosterman, Allison (2013, October). Celebrity and Scandal. Pacific Journalism Review, 19(2): 255 pages.

Singh, Shailendra, and Robie, David (2013, May). Media and Democracy in the Pacific. Pacific Journalism Review, 19(1): 309 pages.

Refereed journal articles:
Drageset, Daniel (2013). Constructing ‘dark’ celebrity: The case of Anders Breivik. Pacific Journalism Review, 19(2): 70-85.

Robie, David (2013). Conflict reporting in the South Pacific: A critical reflexive approach to Timor-Leste and West Papua. Media Asia, 40(2): 147-161.

Robie, David (2013). Coups, conflicts and human rights: Pacific media paradigms and challenges. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 22(2): 217-229.

Robie, David (2013). The talanoa and the tribal paradigm. Reflections on cross-cultural reporting in the Pacific. Australian Journalism Review, 35(1): 43-58.

Robie, David (2013). ‘Four World’ news values revisited: A deliberative journalism paradigm for Pacific media. Pacific Journalism Review, 19(1): 84-110.

Rahman, Khairiah A. (2013). Life imitating art: Asian romance movies as a social mirror. Pacific Journalism Review, 19(1): 107-121.

Commissioned report:
Robie, David (2013). Fiji, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Tonga media freedom reports. Freedom House Freedom of the Press Report 2013.

Conference contributions:
Robie, David (2013): Pacific media watch and protest in Oceania: A case study of a campus-based free media collective. Protest and the Media conference, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom, 12-13 June 2013.

Robie, David (2013). Deliberative journalism, environmental risk and media credibility. Islands and Nations: ‘Failed states’ and the environment in the Pacific conference. University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji, 10-11 July 2013.

Robie, David (2013). An Asia-Pacific free media paradigm: Challenging a parochial news ethos in Aotearoa. Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) 22nd international conference, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 4-7 July 2013.

Oral presentations:
Robie, David (2013). Relatoriu media nia liberdade iha Azia Pasifiku liqa ho Timor-Leste. La’o Hamutuk – Timor-Leste Institute of Reconstruction Monitoring and Analysis, Dili, Timor-Leste, 26 November 2013.

Robie, David (2013). Foreign reporting challenges in the South Pacific: Advocacy, activist groups and civil society. Danish School of Media and Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark, 23 October 2013.

Robie, David (2013). Climate change, conflict and global news: Critical media issues facing Pacific micro states. Institute of Media Studies, Stockholm University, Sweden. 17 October 2013.

Robie, David (2013). Foreign reporting challenges in the South Pacific: A Pacific Media Watch free press case study. Institute of Media Studies, Stockholm University, Sweden. 17 October 2013.

Masters in Communication Studies thesis:
Yamo, Henry (2013). Mobile phones in rural Papua New Guinea: A transformation in health communication and delivery services in Western Highlands Province. Unpublished MCS thesis in the School of Communication Studies.

Media outputs:

David Robie (2013, Dec 20). East Timor’s Independente champions genuine ‘free press’. PMC Online Special Reports.

David Robie (2013, Nov 25): Read draft media law first, East Timor’s print adviser tells critics. Cafe Pacific ISSN 1562-4315.

David Robie (2013, July 28): David Robie talks Rainbow Warrior and the media. Newstalk ZB programme Total Recall.

David Robie on Fiji politics and the media (2013, Jan 21). The David Beatson Interview, Triangle TV

Daniel Drageset (2013). Series of interviews with Radio 95bFM programme on Pacific affairs (Pacific Media Watch project).

Pacific Media Watch research project:
Daniel Drageset (2013, November 7). Interview with Jason Garman, media and communications manager of Oxfam New Zealand, about women’s issues and sanitary issues  in Papua New Guinea. (Audio story published on PS/PMW)

Daniel Drageset/Shilo Kino (2013, November 6). Interview with Monalisa Palu, national coordinator in New Zealand for the cultural tourism support programme in Tonga, about development of cultural tourism in Tonga (specifically with regards to Tongan handicrafts). Tourism advisor Elizabeth Latham was also interviewed.  (Audio story published on PS/PMW)

Daniel Drageset (2013, November 1). Interview with Florent Eurisouké, environmental campaigner in New Caledonia, about his involvement in Jim Marbrook’s upcoming documentary Cap Bocage + possible New Caledonian independence, the future of the Kanak people and other issues. Kanak elder Jean “Jojo” Neporo was also briefly interviewed in the article. Steve Woodward (Jim’s cameraman) was the chief translator, but Jim Marbrook also translated bits. (Only written story published on PS/PMW)

Daniel Drageset (2013, October 22 and July 10).Two interviews with Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui and his wife TaniRose Fakaotimanava-Lui, about development of internet on Niue and starting up and running a global business from Niue. (Audio story published on PS/PMW)

Daniel Drageset (2013, October 9). Interview with Jim Marbrook, documentary film-maker and AUT University lecturer, on his upcoming documentary Cap Bocage about the fight over the Cap Bocage mine in New Caledonia. (Audio story published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, September 30). Interview with Matai Akauola, newly appointed director of the Media Industry Development Authority (MIDA) in Fiji, about Fiji’s media policies and Australia and New Zealand’s role in the development of Fiji media. (Audio story published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, September 19). Audio interviews at the launch of the Asia Pacific Human Rights Coalition (APHRC) with interviews of Amanda Brydon of Amnesty International New Zealand (Aotearoa), Kevin McBride, co-founder and co-coordinator of APHRC, and Joan Macdonald of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). (Audio story published on PMC/PS)
 
Daniel Drageset (2013, September 2). Interview with Giff Johnson, editor of the Marshall Islands Journal, about the upcoming Pacific Islands Forum in Majuro, Marshall Islands. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, August 23). Interview with Kevin Buzzacott, Aboriginal elder and one of the organisers of the West Papua Freedom Flotilla, about the flotilla’s mission and human rights in West Papua. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, August 12). Interview with Mata’afa Keni Lesa, editor of the Samoa Observer, about the Samoan Prime Minister’s attacks on the media (and him personally) and the state of media freedom in Samoa at the moment. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, July 24). Interview with Sylvia Cadena, project officer of the Information Society Innovation Fund (ISIF) Asia (the regional internet registry for the Asia-Pacific region), about ISIF Asia’s projects and development of internet infrastructure in the Pacific. Interview conducted during the Nethui conference. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, July 1). Interview with Giff Johnson, editor of the Marshall Islands Journal, about his new biographical book about his late wife Darlene Keju, an anti-nuclear campaigner. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, June 21). Interview with Ricardo Morris, editor of Repúblika magazine, about the removal of a speaker during the University of South Pacific’s (USP) UNESCO World Press Freedom Day event. A written email interview with Peter Lomas, CEO and published of the Fiji Sun, was also conducted for this story. (Audio interview with Ricardo Morris, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, May 31). Interview with Tajinder Singh Hayer, film-maker and participant at the Film Raro festival in the Cook Islands, about his film and how he liked working on Rarotonga. (Audio story, published only on PMW)

Daniel Drageset (2013, May 21). Interview with Jason Brown, coordinator for the Pacific Freedom Forum (PFF), about a proposed new ombudsman to bring enhanced accountability and credibility among Pacific news groups. (Audio story, published only on PMW)

Daniel Drageset (2013, May 17). Interview with Bilal Sarwary, Afghan BBC reporter, about media freedom accomplishments in Afghanistan. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, May 15). Interview with various moviegoers at the New Zealand premiere of Kon-Tiki, about Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl’s epic voyage on a balsa-wood raft from Peru to French Polynesia. (Audio story, published only on PMW)

Daniel Drageset (2013, May 3 and April 26). Interview with Professor Mark Pearson, lecturer at Griffith University in Brisbane and keynote speaker at AUT University’s UNESCO World Press Freedom Day event on May 3, about media freedom in the Pacific and the importance of supporting media institutions in order to boost press freedom. Two stories were published in the lead-up to the World Press Freedom Day resulting from one interview. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, April 23). Interview with Paul Mambrasar, secretary of the Institute for Human Rights Study and Advocacy of Papua (ElsHAM Papua), about the newly launched website Papuans Behind Bars, which details the stories of all political prisoners in West Papua. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, April 12: Interview with Alastair Thompson, editor and general manager of Scoop Media and one of the founders of the Scoop Foundation Project, which hopes to give a boost to public interest journalism in New Zealand – about the new project and the media situation in New Zealand at the moment. An audio interview was also conducted with Allison McCulloch, another founder of the project. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, April 10). Interview with Professor Hans Henrik Holm, lecturer at the Danish School of Journalism, about the Danish MP Marie Krarup’s racist comments on Maori culture during her visit to Auckland. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, March 28). Interview with social justice photographer John Miller, about the importance of his work and the nuclear-free movement. (Audio story, published only on PMW)

Daniel Drageset (2013, March 27 and March 21). Interview with Titi Gabi, co-chair of the Pacific Freedom Forum (PFF), about domestic violence in Papua New Guinea and how media can play a part in limiting that. A separate story was published on March 21 on the same topic. (Audio story, published on PMW/PS)

Daniel Drageset (2013, March 22). Interview with John Pulu, reporter at TVNZ’s Tagata Pasifika, about the opening of the Sir Paul Reeves Building. (Audio story, published only on PMW)
 

2012

Edited books:

Prasad, Mohit (2011/2). Dreadlocks literary journal special edition on Creativity and Climate Change in the Pacific. Suva: University of the South Pacific and Pacific Writing Forum; Auckland: Pacific Media Centre. Contributor and associate editor Dr David Robie.

Refereed journal articles:

Robie, David (2012). Independent journalism in the South Pacific: Two campus-based media case studies in Fiji, New Zealand. Global Media Journal. 6(1): 1-10.

Robie, David (2012). ‘Drugs, guns and gangs’: Case studies on Pacific states and how they deploy NZ media regulators. Pacific Journalism Review, 18(1): 105-127.

Robie, David (2012). Iconic media environmental images of Oceania: Challenging corporate news for solutions. Dreadlocks, 6/7: 25-49.

Conference presentations:

Robie, David (2012). ‘Four Worlds’ news values revisited: A deliberative journalism paradigm for Pacific media. Paper presented at the Media and Democracy Symposium at the University of the South Pacific, Suva, 5/6 September 2012.

Perrottet, Alex (2012). Development journalism and Pacific news values: a case study comparing Vanuatu and New Zealand. Paper presented at the Media and Democracy Symposium at the University of the South Pacific, Suva, 5/6 September 2012.

Robie, David (2012). Peace journalism in the South Pacific: A critical reflexive approach to Timor-Leste and West Papua. Asian Media Information and Communication Centre Conference, Shah Alam, Malaysia (Forthcoming, 11-14 July).

Aslam, Rukhsana (2012). Entering the realms of investigative journalism: a defence case for peace journalism. Paper presented at the Media and Democracy Symposium at the University of the South Pacific, Suva, 5/6 September 2012.

Devere, Heather; and Wilson, Courtney (2012). Peace/conflict journalism in the New Zealand media? Reporting on ‘the Arc of Instability’ in the Pacific. Paper presented at the Media and Democracy Symposium at the University of the South Pacific, Suva, 5/6 September 2012.

Josephi, Beate and Robie, David (2012). The visibility of conflicts as ethical necessity: A West Papua case study. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) conference, Durban, South Africa (15-19 July 2012).

Perrottet, Alex (2012). Pacific media freedom. World Press Freedom Day event, University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji, 3-4 May 2012.

Robie, David (2012). Credibility of social media: Trust – should the public believe what they’re told? Presented at the Second Pacific Media Summit, Pacific Harbour, Fiji, 26-30 March 2012.

Robie, David (2012). Peace journalism in the South Pacific: A critical reflexive approach to Timor-Leste and West Papua. Asian Media Information and Communication Centre Conference, Shah Alam, Malaysia (Forthcoming, 11-14 July).

Postgraduate students’ research and project researcher outcomes:

Abplanalp, Karen (2012). ‘Blood money’: A NZ investigative journalism case study. Pacific Journalism Review, 18(1): 128-147.

Korauaba, Taberannang (2012). Media and Climate Change in Kiribati: A case study on journalism in a ‘disappearing nation’. Unpublished Master of Communication Studies (MCS) thesis. Auckland: Auckland University of Technology.

Media outputs:

Deliberative journalism – Article by David Robie, The Fiji Times, 13 September 2012.

Deliberative journalism – a robust approach for the Pacific – Article by David Robie, Pacific Journalism Online, 10 September 1012

Pacific investigative journalism study author calls for more collaboration – Interview with Pacific Journalism Review contributor Shailendra Singh, Pacific Media Watch, 30 June 2012.

West Papua violence escalating amid media’s ‘silent treatment’ – Interview with Pacific Media Watch’s Alex Perrottet on Radio bFM, 25 June 2012.

Kiribati govt must come clean over newspaper investigation – academic – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie by Radio NZ International, 25 June 2012.

Kiribati newspaper closes amid police probe – Inter5View with PMC director Dr David Robie by Radio Australia, 22 June 2012.

Pacific Media Centre says Kiribati government rtries to muzzle independent paper – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie by Radio NZ International, 23 May 2012.

Pacific Media Watch praises RNZI for PNG coverage – Interview with Pacific Media Watch’s Alex Perrottet on Radio bFM’ s Southern Cross, 19 April 2012.

‘Peace journalism’ in conflict resolution in the Pacific – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie by Radio Australia’s Geraldine Coutts, 18 April 2012.

Fiji Television on PIMA Pacific summit – Interview on FT’s Close-Up programme with PMC director Dr David Robie, 17 April 2012.

Peacemaker Kalafi Moala – Analysis in the Fiji Sun by PMC director Dr David Robie, 9 April 2012.

PINA moves on with Moala’s ‘go forward’ plea – Analysis on PACNEWS by PMC director Dr David Robie, 4 April 2012.

PINA summit assessed positively by commentator – Interview by Radio NZ INternational with PMC director Dr David Robie, 3 April 2012.

Tonga’s Moala calls for Pacific media unity – Analysis on Pacific Islands Report by PMC director Dr David Robie, 2 April 2012.

Peacemaker Moala helps bury the hatchet over PINA tensions – Analysis on Cafe Pacific by PMC director Dr David Robie, 2 April 2012.
 

2011

Edited books:

Barnett, S, & O’Rourke, S. (2011). Communication: Organisation and innovation. (3rd ed.). Kuala Lumpur: Pearson.

Papoutsaki, E., McManus, M., and Matbob, P. (Eds.) (2010/11). Communication, Culture and Society in Papua New Guinea: Tu tok wanem? Preface by David Robie. Madang: Divine Word University Press; and Auckland: Pacific Media Centre. ISBN 978-1877314-94-3.

Chapters/sections in books:

O’Rourke, S. & Johnson, R. (2011). Internationalising a media studies degree in Arab Higher Education: A case study arising from an agreement between New Zealand and Oman in  Sabry, T. (Ed).  Arab Cultural Studies, Mapping the Field. London:  IB. Tauris. (Publication in November).

Robie, D. (2011). The campus and the newsroom: Papua New Guinean media in education profile. In Papoutsaki E, McManus M, Matbob (Eds.), Communication, Culture and Society in Papua New Guinea: Yu tok wanem? (pp. 186-198). Madang, PNG: Divine Word University.

Edited journals:
 
Johnson, R., and Robie, D. (2011). MIJT 2010: New investigative journalism strategies. Pacific Journalism Review,  17(1), 254pp. ISSN 1023-9499

Bacon, W., Bonfiglioli, C., and Robie, D. (2011). Media, cultural diversity and community. Pacific Journalism Review, 16(2), 239pp. ISSN 1023-9499

Refereed journal articles:

Cass, P. (2011). ‘Teacher! Teacher! I want “A”, teacher’. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(2):130-147.

Cass, P. (2011). Fr Francis Mihalic and Wantok niuspepa in Papua New Guinea. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(1): 210-226.

Myllylahti, M. and Hope, W. (2011). Global capital and media communication ownership in New Zealand. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(2): 188-209.

Perrottet, A., and Robie, D. (2011). Pacific media freedom 2011: A status report. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(2): 148-186.

O’Rourke, S. ( 2011).  Teaching Journalism in Oman: Reflections after the Arab Spring. Pacific Journalism Review .17 (1) : 109- 129.
 
O’Rourke, S. (2011 ). Curriculum development for Oman 2006 – 2011: Implications for off-shore education and challenges for intercultural communications within New Zealand. New Zealand Communication Journal Special edition: Intercultural Communication. (12)1: 42 – 56.

Rankine, Jenny ; Barnes, Angela Moewaka; Borell, Belinda; McCreanor, Timothy; Nairn, Raymond; and Gregory, Amanda. (2011). Suburban Newspapers’ reporting of Māori news. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(2): 50-71.

Robie, D. (2011). Conflict reporting in the South Pacific: Why peace journalism has a chance. The Journal of Pacific Studies, 32(2).

Robie, D. (2011). Iconic media environmental images of Oceania: Challenging corporate news for solutions. Dreadlocks. v6/7. Incorporating the Proceedings of Oceans, Islands and Skies – Oceanic Conference on Creativity and Climate Change, Suva, Fiji, September 2010. Forthcoming.

Refereed conference papers:

Aslam, R. (2011). The role of peace journalism in international conflicts. Presented at the New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference, University of Otago, 30 November-2 December 2011.

Robie, D. (2011). Independent journalism in the South Pacific: Two campus-based media case studies in Fiji and New Zealand. Presented at the 20th AMIC annual conference: Taking stock of media and communication studies: The challenges and opportunities of globalisation, new media and the rise of Asia, Hyderabad, India, 24-27 June 2011.

Robie, D. (2011). ‘Drugs, guns and gangs’ and a growing Pacific state tendency to deploy NZ media regulators to stifle investigative reportage. Presented at the “Back to the source” Investigative journalism conference, University of Technology, Sydney, 16-17 September 2011.

Robie, D. (2011). Creative Commons and a Pacific media ‘hub’: A news education model amid crisis, Journalism Education Association of Australia (JEAA) conference in Adelaide, South Australia, 28-30 November 2011.

Postgraduate students’ research and project researcher outcomes:

Abplanalp, K. (2011, December). Blood Money, Metro magazine. [Asia-Pacific Journalism postgraduate investigative assignment].

Aslam, R. (2011). Peace journalism: A paradigm shift in traditional media approach. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(1): 119-139.

Manning, B. S. (2011). Security intelligence and the public interest: An examination into how keeping security intelligence and classified information secret, and privy only to a state’s executive and aligned operational agencies, affects the function of a modern democracy. An exegesis presented as a companion document attached to the creative component documentary, Behind The Shroud, for a Master of Communication Studies degree at AUT University.

Miller, J. (2011). Ngatihine forestry development and the media: A case study. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(1): 175-193.

Perrottet, A., and Robie, D. (2011). Pacific media freedom 2011: A status report. Pacific Journalism Review, 17(2): 148-186.

Singh, R. (2011). The 2000 Speight coup in Fiji: An analysis of the role of The Fiji Times and the impact of partisan media. Thesis for a Master of Communication Studies degree at AUT University.

Media outputs:

Pacific Journalism Review launches new website – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie by Radio Australia’s Geraldine Coutts, 20 December 2011.

Radio NZ’s MediawatchInterview with Pacific Media Watch project editor Alex Perrottet by Jeremy Rose, 11 December 2011.

Academic condemns lack of NZ coverage of West Papua crisis – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie in Adelaide, 4 December 2011.

New Zealand Herald op-ed article on the British phone-hacking inquiry – Alex Perrottet of Pacific Media Watch, 2 December 2011.

Blood Money, investigative article on the Freeport mine in Metro magazine, December 2011 [Asia-Pacific Journalism assignment].

Vanuatu media black spot – interview with PMW’s Alex Perrottet by Radio Australia’s Pacific Beat presenter Geraldene Coutts, 16 November 2011.

The Australian’s Media – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie and profile of Pacific Journalism Review media freedom report, 14 November 2011.

Papua a media black spot – article in New Matilda by Alex Perrottet and David Robie, 24 October 2011.

Radio Australia’s Pacific Beat – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie by Geraldene Coutts, 17 October 2011

Peace journalism researcher warns on turmoil repercussions in Pakistan – Interview with doctoral candidate Rukhsana Aslam by Radio Australia, 24 May 2011.

Pacific media condemn minister ‘and his thugs’ for attack on Daily Post – Interview with PMC director Dr David Robie, 5 March 2011

2010

Edited journals:
 
Bacon, W.,  Robie, D., and Samson, A. (2010). Reporting Wars: The ongoing challenges. Pacific Journalism Review,  16(1), 234pp. ISSN 1023-9499

Hadlow, M., Mackinnon, M., and Robie, D. (2010). UNESCO WPFD: Media freedom in Oceania. Pacific Journalism Review, 16(2), 232pp. ISSN 1023-9499

Chapters/sections in books:
 
Robie, D. (2010). Pacific reports. In Karlekar, K., Freedom of the Press 2010: A Global Survey of Media Independence. [Pacific Contributor]. New York: Freedom House.

Robie, D. (2010/11). Media literacies in Papua New Guinean newsrooms: The campus and the deadline. In Papoutsaki, E., McManus, M., and Matbob, P. (Eds.). Communication, Culture and Society in Papua New Guinea: Tu tok wanem? Madang: Divine Word University Press; and Auckland: Pacific Media Centre. ISBN 978-1877314-94-3

Robie, D. (2010). Barbouzes, bullets and beat-ups: South Pacific media realities. In Sun, W. (ed). Media, Policies and Cultures in the Asia-Pacific Region. London: Routledge.

Commissioned reports for external body:

Robie, D. (2010). Country reports on Fiji, NZ, Samoa and Tonga. RSF Media Freedom Report Index 2010. Paris: Reporters sans frontieres.
 
Refereed journal articles:
 
Cullen, T. and Callaghan, R. (2010). Reporting HIV in Papua New Guinea: Trends and omissions from 2000 to 2010. Pacific Journalism Review, 16(2): 163-177.

Oosterman, A. (2010).  New Zealand war correspondence before 1915. Pacific Journalism Review, 16(1): 133-152.

Robie, D. (2010). Media under fire: Pacific ‘self-determination’ insurgencies and the student press. Pacific Journalism Review, ISSN 1023-9499, 16(1): 60-64. ISSN 1728-7456

Robie, D. (2010). Pacific freedom of the press: Case studies in independent campus-based media models. Pacific Journalism Review, ISSN 1023-9499, 16(2): 99-126.

Robie, D. (2010). Conflict reporting in the South Pacific: Why peace journalism has a chance. The Journal of Pacific Studies, ISSN 1011-3029, Vol 32(2):

Singh, S. (2010). Life under Decree No. 29 of 2010. Pacific Journalism Review, 16(2): 147-162.

Vikilani, S. (2010). Media freedom and state control in Tonga. Pacific Journalism Review, 16(2): 62-80.

Refereed conference papers:

Aslam, R. (2010). Challenges and dangers in practising effective journalism. Paper presented at the Media, Investigative Journalism and Technology Conference at AUT University, December 4/5.

Manning, S. (2010). Political documentary used as a vehicle to communicate a contemporary reality. Paper presented at the Media, Investigative Journalism and Technology Conference at AUT University, December 4/5.

Marat, D., Papoutsaki, E., Latu, S, Aumua, L., Talakai, M., Sun, K. (2010). Akoaga – Retention & achievement in the New Zealand tertiary sector: Perspectives of students & parents from Pasifika communities on efficacy, agency & success. Presentation at the 34th Annual Pacific Islands Studies Conference University of Hawaii Celebrating connections: 60 years of Pacific Studies 4-6 November 2010.

Marbrook, J. (2010). Cap Bocage: exploring concepts of legitimacy and militancy in local environmental protest in New Caledonia. Paper presented at the Media, Investigative Journalism and Technology Conference at AUT University, December 4/5.

Miller, J., and Peters, G. (2010). Seeing the wood for the trees:  media coverage of the 1970s Ngatihine Forestry Block  – a case study. Paper presented at the Media, Investigative Journalism and Technology Conference at AUT University, December 4/5.

Robie, D. (2010). Pacific freedom of the press: Case studies in campus-based media models. Keynote paper presented as UNESCO World Press Freedom Day University of Queensland Lecture Series, University of Queensland, April 30.

Robie, D. (2010). Censorship and the legacy of independent campus-based publishers in Oceania. Paper presented at the Journalism Education Association of Australia (JEAA) conference at the University of Technology, Sydney, November 24.

Singh, T. R. (2010). The 2000 Speight coup in Fiji: An analysis of the role of The Fiji Times and the impact of partisan media. Paper presented at the Journalism Education Association of Australia (JEAA) conference at the University of Technology, Sydney, November 24. [Winner of the JEAA Pacific Scholarship].

Singh, T. R. (2010). Coup culture in Fiji: An analysis 1987 to 2006 from an investigative journalism perspective. Paper presented at the Media, Investigative Journalism and Technology (2010) conference at AUT University, 4/5 December 2010.

Thomas, V., Papoutsaki, E., Eggins, J. (2010). Visual Dialogues, Community Action & Social Change:  a South Pacific Islands HIV/AIDS project application. AMIC 19th Annual Conference Technology and Culture: Communication Connectors and Dividers, 21-23 June 2010.

Thomas, V., Mel, M., Papoutsaki, E.. (2010). Exploring local methodologies through creative collaborations with Pacific communities. AAAPS 3rd annual conference, Oceanic Transformations. Melbourne: Victoria University, Melbourne, 8-11 April 2010.

Research project:

KOMUNITI TOK PIKSA ? Integrating Papua New Guinean Highland narratives into visual HIV/ AIDS prevention and education material. Role:  Chief Investigator – Research Capacity Expert. 2 year Project Funded by the PNG National HIV/AIDS Council and AusAID PNG. Project hosting institutions: Centre for Health Communication, University of Technology Sydney & University of Goroka, PNG

Media outputs:

Robie, D. (2010, April 10). Fiji media decree draconian and punitive. PMC Online.
www.pmc.aut.ac.nz/articles/draft-fiji-media-decree-draconian-and-punitive

Robie, D. (2010, April 16). Fiji media fights on for free press. New Zealand Herald,
www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=10638784

Robie, D. (2010, May/June). Fiji censorship by ‘legal camouflage’. The Walkley Magazine.www.pmc.aut.ac.nz/articles/fiji-censorship-legal-camouflage

Robie, (2010, October/November). The darker side of paradise. The Walkley Magazine.
www.pmc.aut.ac.nz/articles/darker-side-paradise

PANPA Bulletin  (2010, March) – Fiji to issue new media decree. Interview with David Robie on media censorship in Fiji.

Reportage (2010, March 16). Crowd pleasers – A new way to fund journalism. [Interview with David Robie]

TVNZ (2010, April 13). Barbara Dreaver interview with David Robie about the Fiji Media Industry Development Decree.
http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/fiji-media-digests-tough-crackdown-3453287

95bFM (2010, April 13). Will Pollard interview with David Robie on the Fiji Media Industry Decree.
http://pacific.scoop.co.nz/2010/04/95bfm-dr-david-robie-analyses-fijis-media-decree/

TVNZ7 (2010, April 15). Media 7 interview by Russell Brown with David Robie, Barbara Dreaver and Tim Pankhurst on the Fiji Media Industry Development Decree. (Series 4, Ep 7, Pt 1). www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hpkKvW9d9Y

Radio NZ Mediawatch (2010, April 18). Jeremy Rose interview with David Robie on Media Fiji Media Industry Development Decree.
http://static.radionz.net.nz/assets/audio_item/0020/2270162/mwatch-20100418-0905-Mediawatch_for_18_April_2010-m048.asx

Fiji Sun (2010, September 17). Journalists welcome Fiji Times sale. [Interview with David Robie in Fiji]
www.fijisun.com.fj/main_page/view.asp?id=46385

Radio NZ Mediawatch (2010, October 3). Fiji’s oldest newspaper under new management. [Interview with David Robie].
http://static.radionz.net.nz/assets/audio_item/0006/2417442/mwatch-20101003-0910-Mediawatch_for_03_October_2010-m048.asx

Radio NZ Mediawatch (2010, November 8). Colin Peacock interviews PMC’s Pacific Media Watch editor Alex Perrottet on the “door stopping” controversy about the Samoan Prime Minister and the TV3 Campbell Live programme.  http://static.radionz.net.nz/assets/audio_item/0008/2429909/mwatch-20101107-0906-Mediawatch_for_7_November_2010-m048.asx

Radio NZ Mediawatch (2010, December 6). Colin Peacock interviews Kunda Dixit on investigative journalism. [MIJT 2010 Conference at AUT].
http://static.radionz.net.nz/assets/audio_item/0010/2442475/mwatch-20101205-0910-Mediawatch_for_5_December_2010-m048.asx
 

Report by Pacific Media Centre