JOURNALISM EDUCATION IN ASIA-PACIFIC
Samoan, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu media case studies are among those featured in the latest Pacific Journalism Review just published.
Corruption in the Pacific and the media and journalism education and training are covered extensively with transcripts of presentations from the last year’s World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC) conference at Auckland University of Technology.
Jeremaiah M. Opiniano deploys a phenomenological study to analyse the roles and purposes of graduate journalism education in two Asian countries.
Qatari media commentator Dr Tarek Cherkaoui, author of the recently published book The News Media at War, also analyses the blockade imposed on the tiny Gulf state by the Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates-led cabal of Middle East nations and attempts to shut down the Doha-based digital television broadcaster Al Jazeera.
- Research explores media practice in Samoa - Samoa Observer
1.Vol 23 No 2 (2017): Journalism education in Asia-Pacific
Misa Vicky Lepou
Jeremaiah M. Opiniano
Eddie T. Osifelo
Catherine Strong, Fran Tyler
Hanny Savitri Hartono, Sharyn Davies, Graeme MacRae
Philip Cass, Jonathan (Jack) Ford