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Richard C. Stanton's new work is a reminder that brevity can be a virtue in academic writing. Stanton's concise book contends  that a centuries-old Western apporach to news which plants all news in the local prevents the Western press from fully...
This article explores and challenges the hypocrisy and misrepresentations surrounding Western media reportage of the global ‘war on terror’.  While the so-called Coalition of the Willing has introduced a rash of new anti-terror laws since 11...
Darwin has the largest Aboriginal population of any Australian city at nearly nine per cent, and the Northern Territory has nearly 28 per cent of the indigenous population. While the greater majority of the indigenous population in Darwin lives in...
Tom O'Regan and Philip Batty in Australian Television Culture, identify a problematic confrontation between westernised concepts of 'publicness' and the notions of that 'publicness' found within Aboriginal cultural practices. O'Regan and Batty...
The debate over the nature and flow of international news has dominated intellectual debate about journalism practice for some time. Developing countries argued there was an imbalance in the nature and amount of international news concerning them....
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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