INDIGENOUS JOURNALISM

NEWS REPORTING, JOURNALISM RESEARCH, AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNICATION IN AOTEAROA AND BEYOND

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MĀORI-LANGUAGE NEWSPAPERS 1842-1945

Atakohou Middleton, November 2020

A survey with a focus on the expression of oral tikanga on the page.

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SOUND AND VISION IN THE OPENING TITLES OF MĀORI-LANGUAGE TELEVISION NEWS

Atakohu Middleton, March 2020

A multimodal analysis of cultural hybridity in Māori-language television news titles.

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“KIA HIWA RĀ!” HOW MĀORI-LANGUAGE JOURNALISTS ADAPT ELEMENTS OF WHAIKŌRERO FOR NEWSWORK

Atakohu Middleton, February 2020

In investigation of how journalists have imported elements of the ancient and enduring art of whaikōrero, or public oratory, into standard structures of Māori-language news communication and framing.

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THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON JOURNALISM IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Stephanie Sageo-Tapungu, November 2020

Research on the interplay between journalists, sources, and a 'no longer passive audience'.