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Abstract: Communication is essential to human living and development. People need to share their ideas and experiences in order to develop both individually and as a group or community. Communication, then, aims to foster community life and growth....
Abstract: The first of three papers presented at the one-day PNG Council of Churches seminar on the Role of the Media in Papua New Guinea at the University of PNG, 19 August 1994.
As with everything else in Papua New Guinea, the media work force is male-dominated. However, this pattern is now changing with many more women making a career in communication and gradually moving into middle and senior management.
Forum: As a trained librarian in a developing country who continuously advocates the need for regular and current information, and especially for the indigenous population, I am always sceptical and pessimistic on the first issue of any periodical....
Transcript: When the ABC Four Corners programme 'Bush Bugarup' about the timber industry in Papua New Guinea was shown in May 1994, it stirred a controversy in the country and headlines in the press. but it was not mentioned by the Rimbunan Hijau-...

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