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Read more about Climate crisis, coronavirus, and journalism research methodologies top latest PJR edition
Climate crisis and the global coronavirius pandemic are key themes along with new research methodology strategies in the latest Pacific Journalism Review edition published this month.
https://ojs.aut.ac.nz/pacific-journalism-review/article/view/1147https://ojs.aut.ac.nz/pacific-journalism-review/article/view/1147Read more about Journalism, Art and Indigeneity - PJR's next supported project for 2021
Pacific Journalism Review is supporting a new "Journalism, Art and Indigeneity" seminar and book project in 2021. This project replaces our usual Call for Papers for the next edition as PJR is on sabbatical for the next few months.
Read more about Editorial changes at Pacific Journalism Review for 2021
The latest Pacific Journalism Review – “Climate Crisis and Coronavirus” – will go live online on Monday and be launched as a print edition on Tuesday. This has been a transition edition as founding editor Professor David Robie has decided to step down from the role after 26 years of publication in Papua New Guinea, Fiji and New Zealand. He is being succeeded by Dr Philip Cass (pictured) and the journal will take a sabbatical next year before a new stage in its journey.
Hostile media environments in Fiji, Papua New Guinea and West Papua pose growing challenges to the Melanesian region’s democracies, says Pacific Journalism Review in its latest edition.
The New Zealand-based research journal warns that laws and cultural restrictions are providing barriers to open information and are silencing journalists.Read more about Special PJR Melanesian edition offers voice to the voiceless (v26n1)
Read more about PJR now added to the global Directory of Open Access Journals
Pacific Journalism Review has now been added to the global Directory of Open Access Journals.
This special issue of Pacific Journalism Review is linked to the ‘Rethinking the Social World’ online symposium on Social Sciences 2020 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, on August 24-25. This is a biennial international event organised by the Centre for Southeast Asian Social Studies (CESASS), Universitas Gadjah Mada.Read more about Next edition: Call for Papers: Rethinking the Social World (26#2, November 2020)
The next edition of Pacific Journalism Review has a focus on media freedom in Melanesia in collaboration with the Melanesian Media Freedom Forum. It is being edited by Dr Kasun Ubayasiri and Faith Valencia-Forrester of Griffith University, Brisbane, in collaboration with Professor David Robie and Dr Philip Cass of PJR.Read more about In Progress: Media freedom in Melanesia (26#1, July 2020)
Read more about Tuwhera expands the PJR ‘critical inquiry’ archive
Tuwhera, the open access repository and publisher of Auckland University of Technology, has added 16 years of back copy editions of Pacific Journalism Review to the digital resource.
Read more about Encapsulating the ‘critic and conscience’ role of a university
The launch speech of “The NZ Mosque Massacre” double edition of Pacific Journalism Review marking 25 years of publication of the journal delivered by Professor Guy Littlefair, Dean of the Faculty of Design and Creative Industries and Pro Vice Chancellor of Auckland University of Technology, on 25 July 2019.
A young woman prays outside Ponsonby Masjid in Auckland during the wave of solidarity in the wake of the Christchurch mosque atrocity on 15 March 2019. Image: Del Abcede/Pacific Journalism Review
New Zealand’s unprecedented “internet-native mass shooting” attack on two mosques, the New Caledonia independence referendum, Fiji’s general election and news media responses are featured in the latest Pacific Journalism Review.Read more about NZ mosque massacre, New Caledonia referendum and Fiji elections top latest PJR edition
The deadline for the next edition: 26(1) July 2020: February 28, 2020.
The next edition of Pacific Journalism Review after our double special edition last July will be an edition devoted primarily to media freedom in Melanesia.Read more about Call for Papers: Media freedom in Melanesia, (26#1, July 2020)
November cover image excerpt by Fernando G Sepe Jr from his PJR portfolio.
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 the latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review on the trauma experienced by television journalists in the Philippines covering President Rodrigo Duterte’s so-called ‘war on drugs’ are deeply disturbing.Read more about Trauma research on Filipino TV journalists covering killings revealed in Pacific Journalism Review
November cover image excerpt by Fernando G Sepe Jr from his PJR portfolio.
The deadline for the next edition: 25(1&2) July: February 24 - TOMORROW.
The next edition of Pacific Journalism Review after our Journalism under duress in Asia-Pacific issue out last November will be a double “open theme” publication.Read more about Call for papers final reminder: Special double ‘open theme’ edition for July 2019
The "Journalism under duress in Asia-Pacific" edition of Pacific Journalism Review has an extended deadline of August 4, 2018. This edition will be published in print and online in November.Read more about ‘Journalism under duress in Asia-Pacific’ edition deadline extended (24#2, November 2018)
Read more about 'Disasters, cyclones and communication' edition deadline extended
Peer reviewing and editing of the edition 24(1) "Disasters, cyclones and communication" of Pacific Journalism Review is currently underway.
Papers are being sought for a special themed edition of Pacific Journalism Review based on disasters, cyclones, extreme weather and political economy of climate change media. Deadline: January 20, 2018Read more about Call for papers - PJR24(1) July 2018: Disasters, cyclones and communication
08-09-2017The next edition of PJR, themed "Journalism education in the Asia-Pacific", (23(2)), due out in November is well under way. Read more about Journalism education in the Asia-Pacific edition
18-08-2017Editorial deadline for the next PJR 23(2) this Sunday, August 20. Read more about Next PJR editorial deadline looming
Layout work has already started for several papers in this edition of Pacific Journalism Review 23(1) due out in July.Read more about Climate change edition of PJR now published
27-03-2017Editorial work has started on the climate change edition of Pacific Journalism Review v23(1) so expect some progess updates soon. Read more about Climate change edition under way
New Zealand journalists are working longer hours, and feeling more pressure, both ethically and resource-wise, than they were only two years ago, a new research survey has found.Read more about NZ journalists working harder, women disadvantaged, says research in PJR
19-02-2017"Climate change" edition - Final call for papers with March 17 deadline extension.
Read more about 'Climate change' edition of PJR - time is running out
Tip: Best to use the Download pdf file button and then print from your desktop.Read more about Tip: Downloading and printing PJR papers
Student protests at the University of Papua New Guinea that led to police opening fire on a peaceful crowd last year, Australian journalism training in the Solomon Islands, “cyberbullying” in Fiji, independent campus media, and Radio New Zealand International’s reporting of the Pacific are among research topics featured in the latest edition of Pacific Journalism Review.Read more about Pacific ‘cyberbullying’, student protests, 'free' media featured in PJR
16-12-2016Merry Christmas from Pacific Journalism Review - and our climate change edition Call For Papers. Read more about Merry Christmas from PJR - and our next edition