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The following article analyses contemporary newspaper representations of police corruption in Indonesia’s premier English-language newspaper, The Jakarta Post. The article draws on primary data obtained from 114 articles published online between...
Jonathan Woddier's new book stands out not only as a well-crafted, naunced, and very informative book about the revelations between media and political changes in Southeast Asia, but as a book that challenges our perceptions of the democratising...
When Julia Gillard considered running for the leadership of the Australian Labor Party in early 2005, her political enemies immediately raised three reasons for opposing her: she is female, single and without children. These criticisms prompted a...
This short documentary raises some serious issues about the quality of news in New Zealand media. Leading with the statement that NZ has the 'most deregulated, commericalised media market in the world', it examines private ownership and the drive...
An ammendment of the Red & Green journal review that featured in the last issue of PJR (Volume 9, pp 197-200).
Red & Green is the latest in a journal tradition engaging with politics and culture in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Immediately, by dint of reference to an early journal article written by Roger Harrocks, the editorial 'voice' of the introduction is...
PNG's Melanesian societies with Polyneasian societies like Tonga and Samoa, which evolved the familiar authoritarian feudal structures, which are always in tension with democratic institutions. In melanesia, those who gain political ascendancy and...
Inspite of the tragedy of Princess Diana and the public backlash against paparazzi, the British Government has refused to implement recommendations of statutory control in 'privacy'. It must have faith in self-regulation by the media; and it does...
The missions were the first to bring printing presses to the region and usually the first to establish a newspaper in the various islands. Despite their limited circulations, church newspapers are still important because of their role in preserving...
Try to understand the source of the story, the channel, the program, even the presenter. Presenters become credible because of their record of telling the truth, being transparent, that's what gets them their viewers and keeps them. The truth...

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