Refereed Articles
Conference Papers
Jeanz Officers
Thesis Summaries
Student Work
Qantas Awards
 

Conference 2008 Papers
The 2008 Jeanz annual conference was held on 8-9 December at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch.

The making of a journalist: the New Zealand way
Ruth Thomas, Senior Lecturer, School of Communication Studies, AUT University. PDF

Nailing convergence journalism
Cathy Strong, Lecturer, Department of Communication and Journalism, Massey University. PDF

New Media Journalism: a new approach
Greg Treadwell, Lecturer, School of Communication Studies, AUT University. PDF

How journalism trainers might respond to a changing workplace:
you have to go online to know online

Julie Starr and Stephen Harlow, School of Media Arts, Wintec. PDF


Conference 2007 Papers
The 2007 Jeanz annual conference was held on 10-12 December at Massey University, Wellington.

Full text articles from the Jeanz conference in Pacific Journalism Review are now available on the EBSCO Mass Media and Communication Complete database.
(or via your J-school library database)

Citizen journalism: One small map of a giant public sphere discourse
Elspeth Tilley, Lecturer, Department of Communication and Journalism, Massey University.PDF

The Rainbow Warrior bombers, the media and the judiciary
David Robie, Associate Professor and Director of the Pacific Media Centre at AUT University. PDF

Don’t publish and be damned: An advocacy media case study
Jane Berney, Lecturer, School of Communication Studies, AUT University, and David Robie, Associate Professor and Director of the Pacific Media Centre at AUT University. PDF

Plagiarism and fabrication in the newsroom
Alan Samson, Lecturer, Department of Communication and Journalism, Massey University. PDF

NZ print freelancers: who they are, what they earn, where and what they publish
Grant Hannis, Head of Journalism Programme, Department of Communication and Journalism, Massey University. PDF


Conference 2006 Papers
The 2006 Jeanz/JEA annual conference was held on 4-7 December at AUT University, Auckland.

Putting content before delivery: a digital dilemma
E.W. Mason, Senior Lecturer, Unitec School of Communication. full paper

Beyond the social columns? Stella Allan and women's page Journalism
Patricia Clarke, Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities.full paper

An Aussie chapter in the print culture of New Zealand
The story of Pat Lawlor's Aussie years. By Stephen Olsen. Stephen's blog

Digital broadcasting - a double edge sword in protecting children from disturbing news content
Susan Hetherington, Assoc Lecturer in Journalism, Queensland University of Technology. full paper

A comparison of the Treaty of Limerick and the Treaty of Waitangi with reference to implications for economic and cultural well-being of the respective indigenous peoples of Ireland and New Zealand
George Lusty, Lecturer, Waikato Institute of Technology. full paper


Conference 2005 Papers
The 2005 Jeanz annual conference was held on 7-9 December at Waikato Institute of Technology City Campus, Hamilton.

Reporting the Asian Tsunami: the ethical issues
By James Hollings, Lecturer in Journalism, Massey University. full paper

The changing world of the sports reporter
By E.W.Mason, Senior Lecturer in Communication, UNITEC, Auckland. full paper

Good writing: what is it and what drives it?
By Annabel Schuler, Lecturer in Journalism, Waiariki Institute of Technology. full paper

Publishing your research: Pacific Journalism Review and other journal outlets
By Dr David Robie, Associate Professor, School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology. full paper (ppt file)

Consumer journalism: What it seeks to do and how it seeks to do it
By Dr Grant Hannis, Head of School of Journalism, Massey University. full paper (ppt file)

A content review of New Zealand Listener covers 2000-2005: A case of “we are what we see”? By Stephen Olsen, Tertiary Education Commission. full paper


Conference 2004 Papers
The 2004 Jeanz annual conference, themed The practice of journalism in an increasingly diverse society, ran on 1-2 December hosted by the New Zealand Broadcasting School at CIPT in Christchurch.

Elections and Diversity
By Peter Northcote, Manager, Communications, Electoral Commission. full paper (ppt file)

Media Analysis of the DHB Model (local media and local government)
By Dr Grant Hannis, Beth Houston, Dale Pfeifer, Massey University. full paper (ppt file)

The 'Jekyll-Hyde journalist': New Zealand Journalists and the Pursuit of Professionalism.
By Dr Nadia Elsaka, University of Canterbury. full paper

An Editor's View of the New Zealand Newspaper Industry
By Paul Thomson, Editor, The Press. full paper (ppt file)

Looking After Reporters in a "Macho" Environment
By Philip Castle, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. full paper

Journalism Training: Current Practices and Future Needs.
By Venetia Sherson, Editor in Residence, School of Communication, Wintec. full paper

13 Things about News Writing: Some Common Problems at the Coal Face.
By Jim Tucker, executive director of the Journalists Training Organisation. full paper

Where Have all the Young Men Gone? Gender Imbalance in Journalism Courses
By Yvonne Densem, Course Leader, New Zealand Broadcasting School, CPIT. full paper (ppt file)

Columbia Journalism School's Race Project: Report on Bonita Bigham's trip to New York and Syracuse, June 2004.
By Bonita Bigham, Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki. full paper


Conference 2003 Papers
The 2003 Jeanz annual conference was held on 4-5 December at the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki.

Conference Theme Papers: The Odd Couple: Academic Degrees versus Skills-Based Training.

The Place of Unit Standards in Journalism Education
of the Future
By Ruth Thomas, Senior Lecturer in Journalism, AUT.
full paper

Let's Keep it Practical: the Importance of Hands-on Experience for Tomorrow's Journalists
By Lance Girling-Butcher, Editor, The Daily News. full paper

The Place of Journalism in the Universities of Tomorrow
By Dr Margie Comrie, Senior Lecturer in Communication, Massey University. full paper

Sift, Stir and Flavour to Taste: Professional Education for the Media
By Frank Morgan, University of Newcastle, Australia. President, JourNet, UNESCO's global network of professional journalism and media schools. President, International Association for Media and Communication Research. full paper

General Conference Papers

Ross Stevens and Uni Tavur: A Kiwi Media Legacy Among Wantoks
By David Robie, Senior Lecturer in Journalism, AUT. published paper or summary (ppt)

The Empowering Effect of Ethics
By Annabel Schuler, Lecturer in Journalism, Waiariki Institute of Technology. full paper

Journalism After September 11
By E.W.Mason, Senior Lecturer in Communication, UNITEC, Auckland. full paper

Malcolm Ross: New Zealand's First Official War Correspondent
By Allison Oosterman, Lecturer in Journalism, AUT. (Ross pictured right) full paper

Digital Storytelling: Combining the Old and the New with Digital Media
By Lindsay Simpson, Coordinator of Journalism & Media Studies, University of Tasmania. full paper


Conference 2002 Papers
The 2002 Jeanz Annual Conference was held on 28-29 November at Whitireia Community Polytechnic.


Cyberspace News on Campus: The Pedagogy of Pacific Journalism Online (USP)
By David Robie, Senior Lecturer in Journalism, AUT.
Until recently he was Senior Lecturer and Journalism Coordinator at the University of the South Pacific. full paper
(Editor's note: The peer refereed version of this paper was published as "Cyberspace News On Campus: The South Pacific Experience", AsiaPacific MediaEducator, No 12/13, December 2002, pp 203-219.
http://www.uow.edu.au/crearts/journalism/APME/edinfo.html


Professional Placement – A Tasmanian Experience
By Nicola Goc, Journalism Lecturer at the University of Tasmania. full paper

Radio Writing
By Sue O'Dowd, Journalism Tutor, Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki. full paper

The Future of New Zealand Sports Writing
By E.W. Mason, Senior Lecturer, Unitec School of Communication. full paper

Journalism Education: the Need to Synthesise
Industry-Academy Ambitions

By Kerry Green (pictured right), Associate Professor in the University of Canberra’s School of Professional Communication and President of the (Australian) Journalism Education Association. full paper

Online Journalism Capacity-Building in East Timor
By Sharon Tickle, Project Leader, East Timor Press Web Project. full paper


Conference 2001 Papers


Terrorism in the Sports Pages.
By E.W.Mason, Senior Lecturer in Communication, UNITEC, Auckland.
New Zealand print media's reporting of the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. full paper


Conference 2000 Papers

Media Law Update.
Professor John Burrows provides an update on defamation, media privilege and privacy. By Jim Tucker. full paper

The Development of Print Media Codes of Ethics in New Zealand
A presentation of some MA research findings with comparisons to the British experience. By Nadia Elsaka. full paper

Why is Sports Journalism an Oxymoron?
By E.W.Mason, Senior Lecturer in Communication, UNITEC, Auckland.
The basic premise of this discussion is that journalism and sport journalism are two separate areas of media work which demonstrate, to a certain degree, incompatible values, work cultures and professional outlooks. full paper

Industry Influences on Journalism Training: Thoughts for the Future
By Ruth Thomas, Senior Lecturer in Journalism, AUT.
The relationship between industry and the training sector. full paper

Death Week - Pre-empting the Process of Brutalisation among Journalism Trainees
By Jim Tucker, Head of Journalism, Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki.
A week of death-related lectures and workshops for students taking the Diploma of Journalism.
full paper