• Australian journalism and war: Professional discourse and the legitimation of the 2003 Iraq invasion 

      Dodson, Giles (Routledge, 2010)
      This paper presents an original study of Australian journalistic professionalism as observed during the Iraq War, 2003. Through an analysis of both in-depth interviews conducted with Australian Iraq War journalists and ...
    • Dilemma for Fiji media and the constitution 

      Cass, Philip (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 1995)
      Fiji prides itself on being at the crossroads of the Pacific and yet the rest of the great ocean remains almost invisible to the Fijian press, to whom the world consists of floods in India, stock prices in Australia and O ...
    • Fr Francis Mihalic and Wantok niuspepa 

      Cass, Philip (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 2011)
      Papua New Guinea’s Tok Pisin language newspaper Wantok, founded in 1969, is one of the publishing icons of the South Pacific. Drawing on interviews with Fr Francis Mihalic and Bishop Leo Arkfeld made in the early 1990s, a ...
    • How can Herman and Chomsky’s ideas function in a post-communist world? 

      Smith, Samantha (Unitec ePress, 2017-12-21)
      This essay discusses the opportunity for Herman and Chomsky’s propaganda model, as outlined in their book, Manufacturing Consent (1988), to be altered to remain relevant in a post-communist world. The model previously ...
    • Media ownership in the Pacific: Inherited colonial commercial model but remarkably diverse 

      Cass, Philip (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 2004)
      This article describes the historic conditions governing newspaper and media ownership in the Pacific. It argues that historically there have been three kinds of media in the Pacific: Mission or church-owned or directed, ...
    • Mission Journalism in German New Guinea Pioneering Mass Communication 

      Cass, Philip (Auckland University of Technology, School of Communication Studies, Pacific Media Centre, 1992)
      The role of the mainstream churches in contemporary Papua New Guinea media is well known. What is often less well appreciated is that Kristen Pres, Wantok, and The Time of Papua New Guinea did not spring fresh from the ...
    • 'What are you waiting for, Diggers?' : the ANZAC image in Commando comics 

      Cass, Philip; Ford, John (Authors, 2017)
      For generations of Australians and New Zealanders, Commando comics have provided a consistent image of their ancestors at war. The image is one of men, who are inevitably tall, bronzed, shirtless, contemptuous of authority ...

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