• Capturing meaning-making in journalism

      Rupar, V; Grunwald, E (The State and University Library - Aarhus, 2010)
      Performing content analysis is not merely a question of developing and using quantitatively-defined categories in order to investigate a research problem. If you want to go further and look at the meaning of the whole text, ...
    • Challenging the conventions of personal correspondence: txting times for literacy snobs

      Mules, PA (Australian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP), 2013)
      Changes in the way we produce, consume and distribute personal commmunication are subtly mediating new perceptions about communication appropriateness and literacy. While not denying that ideational content is an important ...
    • Citizen Witnessing by Stuart Allan (Reviewed by Verica Rupar)

      Rupar, V (Pacific Media Centre, AUT University, 2013)
      No abstract.
    • Commodification, viewership and a for-anyone-as-someone "special" structure

      Johnson, RJK (The Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), 2015)
      Paddy Scannell’s analysis of broadcasting as a ‘for-anyone-assomeone structure’ (2000: 5) remains a key theoretical delineation of the role radio, television (and, now, digital media) play in everyday life. In essence, ...
    • Community, demagogues and the South Pacific news media

      Robie, D (Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy; University of Queensland, School of Journalism and Communication, 1998)
      On 19 October 1995, the Governor-General of Papua New Guinea issued the terms of reference for a Constitutional Review Committee's (CRC) Subcommittee on Media Accountability: to examine 'whether changes need to be made to ...
    • Concepts in Multimodal Discourse Analysis With Examples From Video Conferencing

      Norris, S (de Gruyter Open, 2016)
      This article presents theoretical concepts and methodological tools from multimodal (inter)action analysis that allow the reader to gain new insight into the study of discourse and interaction. The data for this article ...
    • Conflict reporting in the South Pacific: a critical reflexive approach to Timor-Leste and West Papua

      Robie, D (Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), 2013)
      Peace journalism or ‘conflict-sensitive journalism’, as it is sometimes referred to in the Philippines, has emerged belatedly in the context of critical studies in Oceania, notably at the University of the South Pacific ...
    • The Decline and Redefinition of New Zealand Current Affairs Television Programmes

      Baker, S (The International Association of Media Communication Research (IAMCR), 2017)
      This article explores New Zealand current affairs programmes from a critical political economy perspective. Many critics believe the current affairs television genre is in terminal decline in most Western countries. They ...
    • Democracy and the price of silence [Book review]

      Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Robie, David (2012). Democracy and the price of silence. Pacific Journalism Review, 18(1): pp. 246-248. Review of Shoot the messenger: The report on the Nuku'alofa reconstruction project and why the government of Tonga ...
    • Developing a mobile social media framework for creative pedagogies

      Cochrane, T; Antonczak, L; Guinibert, M; Mulrennan, D (International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), 2014)
      This paper explores an overview of an evolving framework to enable creative pedagogies as applied to three different higher education contexts. Based upon our experiences, we propose a critical framework for supporting and ...
    • Dialogue and Persuasion in the Islamic Tradition: Implications for Journalism

      Rahman, KA (Global Media Journal -- Canadian Edition, 2016)
      As the dominant global media, Western media face constant ethical challenges. In a fast-paced, fast-changing world post-9/11, Western media have been accused of misrepresenting Islam and Muslims through biased reporting ...
    • Dialogue and two-way symmetrical communication in Public Relations theory and practice

      Theunissen, P; Rahman, KA (AUT University, 2010)
      Dialogue is often equated to two-way symmetrical communication, and over the years the concept has been subsumed into the systems theory. Textbook authors make cursory references to “dialogue” and “conversation” while ...
    • Discussion, Dialogue, Discourse| Elegy for Mediated Dialogue: Shiva the Destroyer and Reclaiming Our First Principles

      Kent, ML; Theunissen, P (USC Annenberg Press, 2016)
      The field of public relations has embraced dialogic theory as a valuable theoretical framework for almost two decades. More recently, scholars have used dialogue as a framework to study the mediated communication via the ...
    • Diversity reportage in Aotearoa: demographics and the rise of the ethnic media

      Robie, D (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      For more than two decades, diversity has been a growing mantra for the New Zealand news media. Initially, the concept of biculturalism-partnership with the indigenous tangata whenua-was pre-eminent in the debate, but as ...
    • Diversity reportage in metropolitan Oceania: the mantra and the reality

      Robie, D (University of Queensland, 2009)
      Aotearoa/New Zealand has the largest Polynesian population in Oceania. Three Pacific microstates now have more than 70 percent of their population living in New Zealand. Projected demographics by Statistics New Zealand ...
    • Don't publish and be damned: an advocacy media case study

      Berney, CJ; Robie, D (Global Fusion Consortium, 2008)
      Advocacy journalism is practised by a wide range of mainstream media publishers and broadcasters and alternative media outlets. It is a genre of journalism that is fact-based but supports a specific viewpoint on an issue. ...
    • ‘Drugs, guns and gangs’: case studies on Pacific states and how they deploy NZ media regulators

      Robie, D (Pacific Media Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Media freedom and the capacity for investigative journalism have been steadily eroded in the South Pacific in the past five years in the wake of an entrenched coup and censorship in Fiji. The muzzling of the Fiji press, ...
    • 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 ...