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Diasporic islands: Communicating Pacific cultural identities in diaspora
This paper examines diasporic identities within the Pacific islands context and how these identities are communicated through different forms of diasporic media. Islands tend to be diasporic in nature and islanders shape ...
Communicating community re-organisation in India: Selective developmental interventions in perspective
This paper presents a critical perspective on communication with communities within the development efforts at the grassroots level in the Indian context. It is part of an exploratory research undertaken by one of the ...
Dictating participation: What choice do the targets of empowerment have?
Under the participatory approach it is advocated that the role of state as initiators and managers of development projects should be minimal, this paper argues that where state intervention is declining for various political ...
Growth and diversification of mass media in India: Whose interests, whose ideas?
This paper compares two distinct perspectives on the growth of mass media in India. On the one hand we have the institutional and business perspective commonly employed in the assessment of the growth and diversification ...
West Papua in the Papua New Guinean press
“The media in their privileged position as the makers and shapers of public opinion have a responsibility to ensure fair and balanced coverage in the context of crisis situations in the pacific – for refugees in Nauru and ...
Image of a nation: Australian press cover of Papua New Guinea
This article looks at the Australian press cover of Papua New Guinea. It argues that the coverage is negative and inadequate and contributes to the country’s negative image in Australia. No previous study has been carried ...
New Guinea: A divided island. Papua New Guinea’s relationship with West Papua
This paper gives an historical and current account of New Guinea, a Pacific Island divided between the independent state of Papua New Guinea and the Indonesian territory of West Papua and explores the ambiguous relationship ...
Hell Rains Down: A preliminary report on a quantitative analysis of how American and Arab newspapers covered the second intafada and the invasion of Iraq.
The purpose of this investigation was to advance the recommendation emerging from a Dubai Media Summit in which the UAE government called on intellectuals and academics to promote dialogue and better understanding between ...
Intentional immigrant entrepreneurs
(Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, 2010-01-01)