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While there is a need to challenge mainstream media to improve their portrayal of women in contemporary Pacific society, there is also a need to counter factors affecting and inhibiting women’s engagement with that media. This not only requires the...
It was dubbed Black Tuesday - the night four people were shot dead during protests against World Bank structural adjustment policies in Papua New Guinea. The University of PNG journalism newspaper Uni Tavur published a special edition on 30 July...
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.
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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