Asian Congress for Media & Communication (ACMC)


ACMC JOURNAL 2009


volume 1

LIST OF ARTICLES

HUMAN RIGHTS AND MEDIA REFORM

Human Rights and Global Media Reform: A Comparative Case Analysis of Thailand, the Philippines, and the US
LISA BROOTEN, PhD, Southern Illinois University

Media and Human Rights in Ethnic Conflict Prone
Situation in India

ARJUN DAS, University of North Bengal, India

WESTERN VIEW OF THE EAST  

Oriental Psychos in the U.S: Global Media Coverage of Andrew Philip Cunanan and Cho Seung-Hui
TAEYUN YU, Hallym University , South Korea

Resistance to Change: Thailand’s National Image as a Sex Tourist Destination
SMITH BOONCHUTIMA, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

PRESS FREEDOM AND JOURNALISTS PROTECTION

Silencing the Messenger: A Look at Media Killings in Asia and the Philippines
RACHEL E. KHAN, University of the Philippines-Diliman

Legal Study to the Protection of Journalists under International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights LawRAED S.A. FAQIR, PhD and MAJED A. MARASHDAH, PhD,
AL-Balqa Applied University, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

MEDIA AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Political-Economic Analysis of the Visual Prostitution of Women in Television Situational Comedies
JOEVEN R. CASTRO, Far Eastern University, Philippines

Cinema as a Tool in Provoking Discussions on Development Issues:
The Case of a Prominent Director’s Filmic Discourse on Poverty
VERONICA L. ISLA, PhD, University of Asia and the Pacific, Philippines

SHAPING PUBLIC CONSCIOUSNESS

Power and Ideology in Editorials from Three Philippine Broadsheets: Implications for the Teaching of English
JONATHAN V. GOCHUICO, De La Salle University, Philippines

A City in Flames: Source Selection by Sri Lankan Newspaper Journalists in Reporting Bomb Explosions
THEODORE A. FERNANDO, PhD, The Open University of Sri Lanka

 

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