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Researcher: Rupar, V (Ms Verica Rupar)

Fields of Research

Journalism studies
Communication and media studies
Media studies

Research Objectives

The media
Communication across languages and culture
The creative arts

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Asian Media Arts Practice in/and Aotearoa New Zealand; New Zealand Journal of Media Studies
Conference Proceedings ; Comparative Journalism Studies
Editorial; New Zealand Journal of Media Studies
How did you find that out? The transparency of the newsgathering process and a meaning of news: a case study; The 3rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities
How did you find that out? Transparency of the Newsgathering Process and the Meaning of News: A case study of New Zealand journalism; Journalism Studies
Investigating the Journalistic Field: The Influence of Objectivity as a Journalistic Norm on the Public Debate on Genetic Engineering in New Zealand
Journalism and Social Change; Form and Style in Journalism: Newspapers and the Representation of News 1880-2006
Journalism without the mortgage
Journalism, political change and front-page design. A case study; Journalism Brazil Conference 2006
Journalism, Political Change and Front-Page Design: A Case Study of the Belgrade Daily, Politika; Form and Style in Journalism: European Newspapers and the Representation of News, 1880-2005
Keeping Options Closed: The dominance of the conflict story-telling frame in media coverage of the Royal Commission's Report on Genetic Modification in New Zealand; Political Science
Media and environment: The influence of journalism norms and standards on public perception of environmental issues in New Zealand; Environment, Culture and Community Conference
Media coverage of Royal Commission's Report on Genetic Engineering; Ecopolitics XIII
Newspapers' production of common sense: the 'greenie madness' or why should we read editorials?; Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism
Reflections on journalism and objectivity: an episode, ideal or obstacle; New Zealand Journal of Media Studies
This is a small country - the role of the press in defining national identity; AULLA

Research Projects

Form and Style in Journalism: A Comparative Study of Australian, American, British Awards for International Reporting ; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Journalism and Social Change: The Dominion [Post] 1907 - 2005

Research Candidate Supervision

From local to global- Geek culture in Tasmania
Hold the Presses- The Vision Unsplendid for Australian Newspapers
Travel Journalism, Cosmopolitan Concern and the Place-Branded Environment