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  • Cass, Philip (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    New Zealand’s All Black rugby team is a national icon, an affirmation of the manly, self-reliant and resilient virtues which New Zealanders like to think they possess. In times of national peril, economic uncertainty and ...
  • Revell, Elisabeth; Papoutsaki, Evangelia; Kolesova, Elena (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    This essay is based on theories of ‘new racism’, which explain how race and racism continue to play an integral role in our lives, but in subtle and often hidden ways. This approach informs the discussion in this essay ...
  • Dodson, Giles; Papoutsaki, Evangelia (2014)
    This edited volume introduces highlights of the academic interests and research activities of a number of staff at Unitec’s Department of Communication Studies, demonstrating the breadth and scope of the engagement of this ...
  • Dodson, Giles (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    At present there is well-established recognition in New Zealand of Māori and the Crown as constitutional partners to the Treaty of Waitangi1 and commitment to partnership is widely articulated in official and public ...
  • Dodson, Giles; Papoutsaki, Evangelia (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    Representation is, of course, a central analytical concept with media, communication and cultural inquiry. The centrality of representation – of expression, mediation, institutional form and cultural negotiation - to issues ...
  • Bossio, Diana (Communication issues in Aotearoa New Zealand : a collection of research essays., 2014)
    The aim of this collection is to showcase Unitec’s Department of Communication engagement with contemporary communications issues and this collection presents a rich and diverse response. From questions of race, multiculturalism ...
  • Noronha, Sandra; Papoutsaki, Evangelia (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    Evidence shows that mainstream media in New Zealand does not fully address the communication needs of these ethnic groups nor does it represent them in a balanced way (Robie, 2009). This is where ethnic, migrant, diaspora ...
  • Williams, Jocelyn (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    The world started to talk about a “digital divide” in the mid-1990s. Governments had to grapple with its meaning and anticipate its ramifications (Maharey and Swain, 2000), although the swiftness with which the world was ...
  • Cruickshank, Prue (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    Immigration is a complex, dynamic global phenomenon which impacts irrevocably on both immigrants and the receiving society. Immigration policies, reflecting governments’ political and economic intentions, significantly ...
  • Donaghey, Sara (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    This essay signals a departure from conventional models for the oral history interview to allow the participant voices to occupy a position of greater prominence in a collaborative process of co-creation. Reciprocal peer ...
  • Trenwith, Lynne (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    Modern practitioners of public relations in New Zealand work in diverse areas of communication (PRINZ, 2006, 2011) but the different areas of practice and the skills that each area employs have developed from the early ...
  • Kolesova, Elena (Communication Issues in Aotearoa New Zealand: a collection of research essays, 2014)
    The central issue is not only what can every discipline learn from popular culture, but also how can popular culture become a successful tool of learning for different disciplines. The fact that it is such an attractive ...
  • Cass, Philip (Press, politics and people in Papua New Guinea 1950-1975, 2014)
    [PNG] newspapers show an expatriate population expressing attitudes that were often at variance with official policy and out of sympathy with the needs of the indigenous population. It sometimes shows us what the indigenous ...
  • Cass, Philip (Pacific Journalism Review, 2012)
    Reviews and discusses the book 'Media and Terrorism', a book which looks at the relationship between the media and the current ‘war on terrorism.’
  • Cass, Philip (Pacific Journalism Review, 2006)
    Philip Cass discusses and reviews two books; Al-Jazeera: How Arab TV News Challenged the World by Hugh Miles and The Al Jazeera Phenomenon by Mohamed Zayani