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Unformatted text preview: ASAN 312 (Pollard) Viewing guide 2 April 2009 Nationalism, integration, conflict and cooperation Related readings. 1) Aat Vervoorn, “Media, Communication, Censorship,” Ch. 10, in Re Orient: Change in Asian Societies , 3 rd ed. (South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp. 273-295; and 2) A handout (10 pp.) with four readings summarizing threats to the lives and freedom of journalists in contemporary Myanmar and the Philippines. You already have considered the role of journalism and mass communications media in Myanmar (Burma), China and India. Viewing of the following documentary DVD in its entirety will be followed by discussion of six questions that below on pages 1-2 of this handout. David Celdran (writer, narrator), Cris Sevilla (director). “Journalism at the Crossroads: Media and Democracy in Southeast Asia.” Videorecording (DVD). Manila: Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, [2006?]. 42 minutes. In English; also in subtitled Tagalog, Thai and Bahasa Indonesia.Tagalog, Thai and Bahasa Indonesia....
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- Spring '09
- Southeast Asian journalists