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As a genre of mass media, the romance movie has the potential to influence and shape audience’s views on socio-cultural issues of the time (Rahman, 2013). Asian romance movies often depict behaviours that challenge thei moral code such as obeying...
Infomercial queen, recording artist, bankrupt, dancing victor; Suzanne Paul was a fixture on New Zealand television for more than 15 years and has been celebrated, valorised, critiqued and embraced. Yet, perhaps because of her ‘low-end’ appeal, Paul...
Fortune magazine Bethany McLean profiles her expose on the 2001 Enron financial scandal... "I thought I'd just start by telling you the story of Enron from my own perspective. It is funny that Helen Clark used the word 'antediluvian' and the...
They try everything, to gnaw at us, to drain us,' said the Haitaian broadcst journalist Jean Dominique. He was an enormously popular 'Mr truth' to his grassroots listeners. 'It's been going on for 50 years, and why should it stop? 'They can still...
Commentary: Whatever happened to the days of the social sleuth? Things have really changed in the past 25 years of the Papua New Guinea press.
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