Gordon Campbell | Parliament TV | Parliament Today | News Video | Crime | Employers | Housing | Immigration | Legal | Local Govt. | Maori | Welfare | Unions | Youth | Search

 


Pacific Journalism Review Call for papers


Pacific Journalism Review Call for papers:

The indigenous public sphere


Edition editors: Dr Barry King and Dr Ian Goodwin
School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology

Articles are sought for publication in the April 2005 edition of Pacific Journalism Review. This themed edition will explore and/or critique the concept of the 'public sphere' in relation to notions of identity, place, community, indigeneity and journalism practices in the Asia-Pacific region. The editors are interested in papers that explore, conjointly from an empirical and theoretical perspective, themes such as:

The usefulness and limitations of the concept of the public sphere, with its roots in Western bourgeois culture, for the Asia-Pacific region.

Alternative conceptions of the public sphere, e.g. the proletarian public sphere, feminist public sphere, the indigenous public sphere and their applicability to Pacific conditions.

The role of new technologies in the formation of national and transnational/diasporic identities.

Technology, globalisation and cultural representation in the (new) media.

The dialogic potential of existing and new media.

The construction of identities and culture, as related to the formation of alternative public spheres for ethnic minorities, including migratory ethnicities.

Identity, place and hybridity in cultural practices.

The political and economic constraints on the formation and functioning of an indigenous public sphere.

Representing history, knowledge and indigenous cultures in mainstream and alternative public spheres.

Indigenity and multiculturalism in journalism practice.

Cultural rights and media discourse.
Articles on other topics related to media and journalism theory and practice may also be considered. The journal has four main sections: research articles, commentaries, forum and reviews.

Style notes are posted on the website:

http://www.pjreview.info

Articles up to 6000 words

Commentaries 1500 to 3000 words,

Forum contributions up to 800 words, addressing the above themes or other related topics are invited.

Submission deadline: September 30, 2004.

Send abstracts and articles as email attachments to:

Dr Barry King barry.king@aut.ac.nz

Dr Ian Goodwin ian.goodwin@aut.ac.nz


Dr David Robie
Senior Lecturer in Journalism
School of Communication Studies
Auckland University of Technology
Te Wananga Aronui o Tamaki Makau Rau
http://www.journalism.aut.ac.nz
http://www.asiapac.org.fj

Editor, Pacific Journalism Review
http://www.pjreview.info

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

 

Also, Loan Interest: Productivity Commission On Tertiary Education

Key recommendations include better quality control; making it easier for students to transfer between courses; abolishing University Entrance; enabling tertiary institutions to own and control their assets; making it easier for new providers to enter the system; and facilitating more and faster innovation by tertiary education providers... More>>

ALSO:

Higher Payments: Wellington Regional Council Becomes A Living Wage Employer

Councillor Sue Kedgley said she was delighted that the Wellington Regional Council unanimously adopted her motion to become a Living Wage employer, making it the first regional council in New Zealand to do so. More>>

ALSO:

Scoop Images:
Dame Patsy Reddy Sworn In As Governor-General

This morning Dame Patsy Reddy was sworn in as the New Zealand Realm’s 21st Governor-General. The ceremony began with a pōwhiri to welcome Dame Patsy and her husband Sir David Gascoigne to Parliament. More>>

ALSO:

Ruataniwha: DOC, Hawke's Bay Council Developer Take Supreme Court Appeal

The Department of Conservation and Hawke's Bay Regional Investment Company (HBRIC) are appealing to the Supreme Court over a conservation land swap which the Court of Appeal halted. More>>

ALSO:

With NZ's Marama Davidson: Women’s Flotilla Leaves Sicily – Heading For Gaza

Women representing 13 countries spanning five continents began their journey yesterday on Zaytouna-Oliva to the shores of Gaza, which has been under blockade since 2007. On board are a Nobel Peace Laureate, three parliamentarians, a decorated US diplomat, journalists, an Olympic athlete, and a physician. A list of the women with their background can be found here. More>>

Gordon Campbell: On The Key Style Of Crisis Management

At Monday’s post Cabinet press conference Key was in his finest wide- eyed “Problem? What problem?” mode. No, there wasn’t really a problem that top MPI officials had been at odds with each other over the meaning of the fisheries policy and how that policy should be pursued... More>>

ALSO:

Mt Roskill: Greens Will Not Stand In Likely Post-Goff By-Election

“The Green Party’s priority is changing the Government in 2017, and as part of that we’ve decided that we won’t stand a candidate in the probable Mt Roskill by-election... This decision shows the Memorandum of Understanding between Labour and the Green Party is working." More>>

ALSO:

Get More From Scoop

 

LATEST HEADLINES

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Politics
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news