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GOOD journalism remains central to the needs of the Pacific and her people. Good journalism education is central to this issue of Pacific Journalism Review, which features a selection of papers on journalism education in the Pacific, Australia and...
THIS edition of Pacific Journalism Review began with a theme around ‘Endangered Journalists’. However, by the time it was into full editorial production it was clear that this was also about the global silence and injustice imposed on West Papua and...
SINCE early in the first decade of this century, the concept of documentary—never beyond contestation—has entered into a state of generic uncertainty. Reflecting on these developments, John Corner, in an influential article, dubbed the current...
This is the third issue Pacific Journalism Review has published on the theme of investigative journalism in recent years. Our first issue (PJR, 2011) followed the first regional Investigative Journalism conference held at the Pacific Media Centre at...
This edition of the Pacific Journalism Review publishes some of the articles presented at the Public Right To Know (PR2K6) conference held in Sydney on 23-25 November 2007. The conference is hosted by Australian Centre for Independent Journalism  (...
Welcome to this edition of Pacific Journalism Review, which gives a taste of what was on offer at the recent Journalism Education Association of NZ (JEANZ) conference, hosted by Massey University's Department of Communication, Journalism and...
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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