• A Lucid Lecturess: The Voices of New Zealand’s Silent Cinema

      Hoar, P (2016)
      This article attempts to record some of the faint echoes left from the days of silent cinema in New Zealand. Sound has been an integral part of cinematic experience in New Zealand since the very first exhibitions during ...
    • Making choices in public relations planning: are we reinforcing stereotypes?

      Theunissen, PS; Rahman (Asian Congress for Media & Communication (ACMC), 2012)
      In today’s globalised world, public relations practitioners function in multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environments, which they must navigate in the course of their profession, relying on their lifeworlds and understanding ...
    • Malcolm Ross, journalist and photographer. The perfect war correspondent?

      Cocker, AR (Centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy, School of Communication Studies, AUT University, 2014)
      Malcolm Ross was New Zealand’s first official war correspondent and from 1915 until the end of the First World War he provided copy to the New Zealand press. His journalism has been the subject of recent academic investigation ...
    • The Misplaced Public of New Zealand Media: Notes Toward a Future Media Scene

      Devadas, V; Nicholls, B (MEDIANZ, 2017)
      This paper interrogates what we believe is an increasingly urgent task: to think about ways of revitalising public life in New Zealand beyond traditional defenses of public broadcasting. The concept of the public in public ...
    • Mobile Social Media and the News: Where Heutagogy Enables Journalism Education

      Mulrennan, D (SAGE Publications, 2017)
      Journalism schools are under pressure to look beyond traditional teaching methods to prepare students for the post-Internet, rapidly evolving news landscape. Heutagogy is a net-centric teaching method in which learners are ...
    • Mobilizing journalism education

      Mulrennan, DL; Cochrane, T; Sissons, H; Pamatatau, R; Barnes, L (UNESCO, 2013)
      This paper evaluates several examples of integrating mobile social media within new pedagogical frameworks applied to journalism education, representing the reified activity of a journalism lecturer community of practice. ...
    • Mobilizing Journalism Education

      Mulrennan, DL; Cochrane, T; Sissons, H; Pamatatau, R; Barnes, L (2013)
      This paper evaluates several examples of integrating mobile social media within new pedagogical frameworks applied to journalism education, representing the reified activity of a journalism lecturer community of practice. ...
    • Mobilizing Journalism Education

      Mulrennan, DL; Cochrane, T; Sissons, H; Pamatatau, R; Barnes, L (2013)
      This paper evaluates several examples of integrating mobile social media within new pedagogical frameworks applied to journalism education, representing the reified activity of a journalism lecturer community of practice. ...
    • Mobilizing Journalism Education

      Mulrennan, DL; Cochrane, T; Sissons, H; Pamatatau, R; Barnes, L (2013)
      This paper evaluates several examples of integrating mobile social media within new pedagogical frameworks applied to journalism education, representing the reified activity of a journalism lecturer community of practice. ...
    • Multimodality’s challenge to marketing theory: a discussion

      White, P (AUT Multimodal Research Centre, 2012)
      This discussion challenges conventional marketing theory regarding posters and billboards in the twenty first century. It argues against the prevailing dogmatic statement that a poster or billboard must communicate its ...
    • New Zealand-based students' perceptions and use of the Internet as a communication tool and source of information

      Theunissen, P; Theunissen, CA (New Zealand Communication Association, 2008)
      In 2007 a pilot study in the form of a quantitative survey among New Zealand-based students was undertaken to determine their use and perceptions of the Internet as a communication tool and source of information and ...
    • “New Zealand’s darkest day”. The representation of national grief in the media: the case of the Christchurch earthquake

      Theunissen, P; Mersham, G (CSSALL Publishers, 2011)
      On 22 February 2011 an earthquake registering 6.3 on the Richter scale struck the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. Buildings had collapsed, businesses were disrupted, and many lives were lost. As the death toll rose and ...
    • News, Politics and Diversity in the 2014 New Zealand General Election

      Rupar, V; Owen, TW; Baker, S; Nand, P; Scott, J; Hoyle, C; del Pozo Cruz, J; Shaan Lee, J (Media Observatory, AUT University, 2015)
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    • No More Business-as-usual: Where to Now for International Trade?

      Hall, D (The Policy Observatory, 2017)
      About this report This report is part of an ongoing series on urgent contemporary policy issues in Aotearoa New Zealand. This series is action-oriented and solutions-focused, with an objective of bringing academic ...
    • Nurturing Global Collaboration and Networked Learning in Higher Education

      Cronin, C; Cochrane, T; Gordon, A (Association for Learning Technologies, 2016)
      With the ubiquity of mobile social media in 2014, we consider communities of practice in the wider context of networked communication and networked learning in higher education. In this paper we build upon previous work ...
    • Online News Style-poking a Hornet's Nest: A Preliminary Investigation Into Online Styles in Australian and New Zealand Newspapers

      Lee, A; Treadwell, G (Pacific Media Centre, School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Writing news for newspapers and websites typically demands conformity to a style that promotes clarity and ease of reading, and includes a publication’s house style, that inflexible set of rules that ensures things—from ...
    • Pacific freedom of the press: case studies in independent campus-based media models

      Robie, D (University of Queensland, 2010)
      South Pacific university-based journalism school publications were innovative newspaper publishers from 1975 onwards and among early pioneers of online publishing in the mid-1990s. Several publications have become established ...
    • Pacific media freedom 2011: a status report

      Perrottet, A; Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Pacific media freedom has been under siege for more than a decade, particularly since an attempted coup in Fiji in May 2000, when a television station was attacked and ransacked, a foreign journalist was shot and wounded ...
    • Pacific solutions

      Robie, D (AUT University, 2005)
      Media students in the South Pacific are being taught how to respond to physical threats and attempts at bribery, as well as journalism, says David Robie.
    • Pan-Asian identity in a globalizing world

      Benson, JS; Rahman, KA (Common Ground Publisher, 2007)
      For many East and South East Asian youth, global citizenship is an increasing reality. This raises new research questions of the process of acculturation and ethnic identity. East and South East Asian immigrants and student ...