• Ecological Communication in Asia-Pacific: A comparative analysis of social adaptation to maritime disaster in Indonesia and Fiji

      Wahyuni,, HI; Fitrah, AA; Handayani, F; Robie, D (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 2018)
      This article is of a comparative study of social adaptation in the Cyclone Winston disaster case in Fiji and rob flooding in Semarang, Indonesia. In February 2016, the largest tropical storm in the Southern Hemisphere, ...
    • Editorial: Connecting the Pacific dots

      Robie, D (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 2018)
      When University of the South Pacific climate change scientist Elisabeth Holland gave a keynote address at the Second Pacific Climate Change Conference at Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, New Zealand, on February 2018, her ...
    • Editorial: Killing the Messenger

      Robie, D (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 2018)
      The statistics globally are chilling. And the Asia-Pacific region bears the brunt of the killing of journalists with impunity disproportionately. Revelations in research published in this edition of Pacific Journalism ...
    • Educational change and self-governance in a Yukon First Nation community

      Lewthwaite, Brian; Doiron, Ashley; Owen, Thomas; Dewell, Helen (American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2015)
      More recent developments in Canada’s Yukon Territory draw attention to how political changes have potential for accelerating practices in education that are responsive to Indigenous Peoples’ aspirations for formal education ...
    • Ethics and Professional Orientation of Serbian Journalists

      Rupar, V; Sezova. S. (CEON/CEES, 2017)
      Studies of ethical orientations of journalists, based on large-scale surveys of professional norms and values, generate data that are an important indicator of journal-ism culture. While it is true that what journalists ...
    • Examining the changing face of television current affairs programme in New Zealand from a 'political economy' perspective

      Baker, Sarah; Baker, S (Australia and New Zealand Communication Association International Conference (ANZCA), 2006)
      This paper will look at the changing face of current affairs television programmes in New Zealand from a political economy perspective. As part of that exploration it will examine the contending cultural studies position ...
    • Exploratory study into the perceptions of knowledge, knowledge sources and knowledge uses among students

      Theunissen, P; Theunissen, C; Allan, M (AUT University, 2007)
      In 2007 an explorative, quantitative survey among students from the AUT University, Manukau Business School (MIT) and the University of Canterbury was undertaken to determine their perceptions of knowledge, knowledge sources ...
    • Flagging Diversity: The Discursive Construction of Cultural Diversity by the Flag Consideration Panel

      Annabell, T; Nairn, A (Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA), 2017)
      The Flag Consideration Project invited New Zealanders to change the New Zealand flag, and in doing soprovided an opportunity for public discussion about what it means to belong to anation. This ...
    • ‘Four Worlds’ news values revisited : a deliberative journalism paradigm for Pacific media

      Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      South Pacific media face a challenge of developing forms of journalism that contribute to the national ethos by mobilising change from passive communities to those seeking change. Instead of the news values that have often ...
    • Freedom of Information - A Literature Review

      Treadwell, G (Journalism Education Association of New Zealand (JEANZ), 2015)
      When Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto launched the third summit of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) in October, 2015, outside the event protesters disputed the highly scripted account of his government’s transparency. ...
    • From campus to newsroom in the South Pacific: credible media career paths versus "academic anaemia"

      Robie, D; Singh, S (University of Wollongong, 2005)
      The University of the South Pacific’s Regional Journalism Programme, which caters for 12 member countries1 from the Cook Islands in the east to the Solomon Islands in the west, was founded in 1994 with French Government ...
    • From Picardy to Picton

      Oosterman, A (John Douglas Publishing, 2013)
      When New Zealand bound itself militarily to Great Britain at the outbreak of war with Germany in August 1914, discussion arose over how the news of the conflict was to be conveyed to readers back home. This chapter considers ...
    • Fusing stage and screen in search of empathy

      Brannigan, R (Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2014)
      Fusing Stage and Screen in Search of Empathy Ross Brannigan Faculty of Design & Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand The liminal, intermedial space where cinema and theatre come together ...
    • Google, Facebook and New Zealand News Media: The Problem of Platform Dependency

      Myllylahti, M (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      About the data in this report: This report utilises data from two analytics companies: SimilarWeb and BirdSong Analytics. The findings of the report are dependent on the quality and accuracy of the data offered by these ...
    • Heutagogy and Mobile Social Media: Post Web 2.0 Pedagogy

      Cochrane, T; Antonczak, L; Gordon, A; Sissons, H; Withell, A (ascilite, 2012)
      O’Reilly coined the term web 2.0 seven years ago (O'Reilly, 2005), yet in the past seven years we have seen minimal evidence of wide-spread impact of web 2.0 on traditional higher education pedagogy. Seven years on, we ...
    • How ‘alternative’ media can again be mainstream

      Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Ironically, alternative and independent media were not always marginalised. Less than two centuries ago, they were the ‘mainstream’. They being the radical and working class media of Europe and the new world colonies. This ...
    • Hypercommercial Television: An Introduction

      Johnson, R (Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), 2016)
      This paper examines the introduction and spread of hypercommercial broadcasting on free-to-air television in New Zealand. It begins by defining the key terms and then moves to outline the circumstances under which such ...
    • Iconic media environmental images of Oceania: challenging corporate news for solutions

      Robie, D (University of the South Pacific, 2011)
      The fate of 2700 islanders from the Carteret Islands off the north-eastern coast of Bougainville has become an icon for the future of many communities on low-lying small states globally and especially in the Pacific—the ...
    • Independent journalism in the South Pacific: two campus-based media case studies in Fiji and New Zealand

      Robie, D (Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), 2011)
      Two South Pacific regional journalism university publications, one digital and the other primarily print based, have developed innovative and convergent partnerships with the news media industry and have become strategic ...
    • Independent journalism in the South Pacific: two campus-based media case studies in Fiji and New Zealand

      Robie, D (University of Western Sydney, 2012)
      Two South Pacific regional journalism university publications, one digital and the other primarily print-based, have developed innovative and convergent partnerships with the news media industry and have become strategic ...