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Submissions from 2021

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Media viability in Kenya, Aga Khan University

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Media viability in Tanzania, Aga Khan University

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Media viability in Uganda, Aga Khan University

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Influencers, amplifiers, and icons: a systematic approach to understanding the roles of Islamophobic actors on Twitter, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2020

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Kenyan Media Trends and Predictions, Alex Awiti, Njoki Chege, and Hesbon Owilla

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Mapping Broadcast Media Outlets and Accredited Journalists in Kenya: Towards Understanding News and Information Inequalities, Hesbon Owilla, Njoki Chege, Alex Awiti, and Caleb Orwa

Submissions from 2019

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Frame Analysis: Newspaper Coverage of Kenya's Oil Exploration in the Post-2012 Discovery Era, Kioko Ireri, Njoki Chege, Joy Kibarabara, and Don Bosco Onyalla

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Hate Spin: The Manufacture of Religious Offense and Its Threat to Democracy, Lawrence Pintak

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Middle Eastern and North African Journalism, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2018

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Case-based education: A strategy for contextualising journalism curriculum in East Africa, Rhonda Breit

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At war: government and media tensions in contemporary Kenya and the implications for public interest, Sam Kamau

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Note from a literary son, Peter Kimani

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Of rattle snakes and grapes of wrath: rise, fall and rise of independent media in Kenya, Peter Kimani

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Negotiating the Balance between Speed and Credibility in Deploying Twitter as Journalistic Tool at the Daily Nation Newspaper in Kenya, Benjamin Muindi

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Book Review: Saba Bebawi Investigative journalism in the Arab world: Issues and challenges, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2017

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How Queensland newspapers reported public sector information reform, Rhonda Breit, Richard Fitzgerald, Shuang Liu, and Regan Neal

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Democratic engagement in the digital age: youth, social media and participatory politics in Kenya, Samuel Kamau

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The horrors of Hola: a British atrocity that eclipsed empire, Peter Kimani

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The relationship between Nairobi adolescents’ media use and their sexual beliefs and attitudes, Ann Neville Miller, William Kinnally, Hellen Maleche, and Nancy Booker

Submissions from 2016

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Heavy Sexual Content Versus Safer Sex Content: A Content Analysis of the Entertainment Education Drama Shuga, Nancy Booker, Ann Miller, and Peter Ngure

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Engaged Online: Social Media and Youth Civic Engagement in Kenya, Samuel Kamau

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Mediatization in Pakistan: Perceptions of Media Influence on a Fragile Democracy, Lawrence Pintak, Brian J Bowe, and Syed Javed Nazir

Submissions from 2014

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Islam, identity and professional values: A study of journalists in three Muslim-majority regions, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2013

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Empowering and engaging students in learning research methods, Rhonda Breit and Shaung Liu

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Internationalization as de-westernization of the curriculum: the case of journalism at an Australian University, Rhonda Breit, Levi Obijiofor, and Richard Fitzgerald

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Pakistani journalism: at the crossroads of Muslim identity, national priorities and journalistic culture, Lawrence Pintak and Syed Javed Nazir

Submissions from 2012

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News’ Australian Story of Ethics and Self-Regulation: A Cautionary Tale, Rhonda Breit and Matthew Ricketson

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Journalism Education in the Pakistani Borderlands, Lawrence Pintak

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Arab journalists, Lawrence Pintak and Jeremy Ginges

Submissions from 2011

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Uniform Defamation Law in Australia: Moving Towards a More 'Reasonable' Privilege, Rhonda Breit

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The Al Jazeera revolution, Lawrence Pintak

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The mission of Indonesian journalism: Balancing democracy, development, and Islamic values, Lawrence Pintak and Budi Setiyono

Submissions from 2010

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WSIS Revisited: Mapping the ideological divide, Rhonda Breit

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Professionalization and public relations: an ethical mismatch, Rhonda Breit and Kristin Demetrious

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Constructing legal narratives: law, language and the media, Jane Johnston and Rhonda Breit

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The new Arab journalist: Mission and identity in a time of turmoil, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2009

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Border guards of the Imagined Watan : Arab Journalists and the New Arab Consciousness, Lawrence Pintak

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Gaza: Of media wars and borderless journalism, Lawrence Pintak

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Inside the Arab newsroom: Arab journalists evaluate themselves and the competition, Lawrence Pintak and Jeremy Ginges

Submissions from 2008

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How the law defines journalism, Rhonda Breit

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Journalistic self-regulation in Australia: is it ready for the information society?, Rhonda Breit

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Islam, Nationalism and the Mission of Arab Journalism a Survey of Attitudes toward Religion, Politics and the Role of Arab Media in the Twenty-First Century, Lawrence Pintak

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Review: Robert J. Art and Louise Richardson (eds), Democracy and Counterterrorism: Lessons from the Past. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2007. US$65.00 (hbk), US$28.00 (pbk). 638 pp, Lawrence Pintak

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Satellite TV news and Arab democracy, Lawrence Pintak

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Taking Stock, Lawrence Pintak

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The role of the media as watch-dogs, agenda-setters and gate-keepers in Arab states, Lawrence Pintak

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The mission of Arab journalism: Creating change in a time of turmoil, Lawrence Pintak and Jeremy Ginges

Submissions from 2007

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Amman net founder Daoud Kuttab:“huge need for independent media in Middle East.”, Lawrence Pintak

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BBC Arabic TV: A “Unique Experience” Hosam El Sokkari talks to Arab Media and Society, Lawrence Pintak

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Beyond Media ‘Dialogues’: Time to put away the champagne flutes, Lawrence Pintak

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Darfur: Covering the “forgotten” story, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2006

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Framing the other: worldview, rhetoric and media dissonance since 9/11, Lawrence Pintak

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Look who’s fair and balanced, Lawrence Pintak

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Reflections in a bloodshot lens: America, Islam and the war of ideas, Lawrence Pintak

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Shadow plays: a dark time in Indonesia, seen through two complementary prisms, Lawrence Pintak

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Urban Renewal in the Global Village, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2004

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Towards a theory of journalism as practice, Rhonda Breit

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In the Eye of the Beholder: How mass-mediated perceptions drive terror, Lawrence Pintak

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PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND SCIENCE: Progressive Muslims, Lawrence Pintak

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The Release Valve of Muslim Democracy: Southeast Asia’s Emerging Model (Global Dialogue Journal), Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2003

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Seeds of Hat: White House Media Manipulation Nothing New in Middle East, Lawrence Pintak

Submissions from 2002

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Ethics in journalism and Cheryl Kernot: A colloquium, Rhonda Breit, John Harrison, Martin Hirst, Trina McLellan, and Desley Bartlett

Submissions from 2001

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Give us a fair go! Legal obstacles to reporting sport on the Internet, Rhonda Breit

Submissions from 2000

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Hyperlinks, frames and metatags: some legal problems, Rhonda Breit

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Kenyan Youth Take The Stage to Challenge HIV/Aids Myths and Stigma, Peter Kimani and George Obanyi

Submissions from 1999

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Chakravarti v Advertiser Newspapers: Lessons for journalists, Rhonda Breit

Submissions from 1988

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Beirut Outtakes: A TV Correspondent's Portrait of America's Encounter with Terror, Lawrence Pintak