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Trauma is an inevitable part of everyday life in the Pacific. The media is a powerful force and when used effectively it ca help to mobilise assitance for victims and survivors. Sometimes, getting that message across has a pschological cost. 
By and large, however, the press in democractic Asia is threated less by government action than by government inaction in the face of violent attacks against journalists. Seven Asian journalists were killed for their work in 2000, nearly all of them...
The booklet has two sections, one briefly devoted to the Divine Word University Media Freedom Day on 30 April 1999, and the main one which collects papers and speeches at the Media Ethics workshop organised by the PNG Media Council and sponsored by...
Laws which most concern journalists, such as libel, have been framed entirely within a western context. This hinders and often disbars orindary people from seeking redress against the media in western-style courts. A personal look at ways orindary...

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