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This reflective article describes and analyses the use of Facebook and Twitter over a five-year timeframe by two journalism academics in Australia, whose industry and research expertise are in the Asia-Pacific. The use of social media has made...
Whenever a new field of research emerges a lot of shuffling and sorting of knowledge is required to establish a niche, to define its boundaries, to encourage acknowledgement of the area and to stimulate debate concerning the application of various...
This article explores how investigative journalists can join the network society by moving online, collaborating with other reporters and media outlets across regions and across national borders, yet publishing in newspapers which arguably remain...
Over recent years in Australia we have seen a number of big stories emerge which highlight the difficult legal positions in which journalists too often find themselves. One of the biggest was Gina Rinehart’s attempts in Western Australia to have...
Commentary: Merits and drawbacks exist in all forms of media across the world, so Pacific Islanders would do well to deeply consider the kind of journalism they want to cultivate in their region. While exposition of media freedom issues is important...
The authors provide a useful and general general overview of how political polling has evolved over the years and how it is practised across the countries in the Asia-Pacific region; ranging from a still underdeveloped but growing activity in...
This book provides an informative snapshot of where contries in and around Asia are with thier technology and how governments are responding. Behnke binds together reports from Pakistan to the Pacific, some of which include analyses of election such...
Stephen Quinn presents in this rather concise publication the concept of mobile journalism (mojo) within the Asian context. Along with practical tips on jow to be a mojo in this region, Quinn provides case studies and examples in an anecdotal form...
This book provides an informative snapshot of where countries in and around Asia are with their technology and how governments are responding. Behnke binds together reports from Pakistan to the Pacific, some of which include analyses of elections...
UNESCO’s recent e-publication based on the 2010 World Press Freedom Day conference, hosted by Queensland University in Brisbane last May, brings together a remarkable selection of presentations by journalists, media and communication professionals...

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