• Tearing and restoring the moral fabric of society in Asian romance movies 

    Rahman, K (The Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), 2013)
    This work identifies socio-cultural themes that are represented in 3 distinct groups of Asian romance movies – Hindi, Thai and Malay. The discussion highlights cultural issues raised, previously considered taboo in Asian ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Reflections on journalism and objectivity: an episode, ideal or obstacle? 

    Rupar, V (Media Studies Programme of the School of English, Film, Theatre and Media Studies, Victoria University, Wellington, 2006)
    No abstract.
  • 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, ...
  • Shadow publics’ in the news coverage of socio-political issues 

    Rupar, V; Munshi,Kurian, Fraser (Sage, 2014)
  • 'Shadow publics’ in the news coverage of socio-political issues 

    Rupar, V; Munshi,Kurian, Fraser (Sage, 2014)
    Coverage of contentious socio-political issues in the news media often involves the creation of shadow publics that facilitate journalistic framing strategies. These publics are not easily identifiable but exert significant ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • What is a mode? Smell, olfactory perception, and the notion of mode in multimodal mediated theory 

    Norris, S (Multimodal Research Centre, School of Communication Studies, AUT University, 2013)
    Moving towards multimodal mediated theory, I propose to define a mode as a system of mediated action that comes about through concrete lower-level actions that social actors take in the world. In order to explain exactly ...
  • Sure to rise: reading the Edmonds cookery book as a popular icon 

    Piatti-Farnell, L (2013)
    Cookbooks are one of a variety of written forms that can be read as historical documents, functioning as testaments to individual, familial and cultural development. In the recipe, one can find a sense of culinary preference ...
  • Citizen Witnessing by Stuart Allan (Reviewed by Verica Rupar) 

    Rupar, V (Pacific Media Centre, AUT University, 2013)
    No abstract.
  • 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 ...
  • ‘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 ...
  • 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 ...