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English for journalists: Hicks discusses just what kind of English the book is about. As many before him have noted, the strongest influence on the language has undoubtedly been American, but latterly the influence of new technology has been...
When Kunda Dixit's inaugural edition of Dateline Earth: Journalism as if the Planet Mattered was published in the Phillippines 14 years ago, it was an inspiring, if also daunting and prophetic, insight into global journalism. It still is, and in...
At the front of News 2.0, University of Queensland journalism professor Michael Bromley says this has ‘much needed grounded insight and foresight’. And as some academics’ writing about journalism seems to fit into a matrix of media theory few...
War Isn't Hell, Its Entertainment treats one of the most debated issues of our times i.e. the relationship between war and media, in a similar manner. The book offers no apology for the existence of such a relationship. 
The 2008 AMIC conference theme, Changing Media, Changing Societies, Media and the Millennium Development Goals, also the title of this publication, highlighted the role of media in this development process,  as the editors, Banerjee and Muppidi,...
Freelance journalists experience constraints in their practice which impact upon their independence; yet they invoke the idea of professionalism  similar to that of the employed journalists to justify their position as journalists. However, the...
At its core, Mekim Nius argues a clear position university level education is central to the health of South Pacific journalism and its democracies. To do this Robie is ambitious with the book's scope, declaring three broad aims: a study of the...
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