Asia Pacific Media Educator

Issue 12 (2002)

In this issue

This issue was originally published as a combined issue 12/13. Here it is presented as issue 12

Since September 11, international news coverage in Asia has largely focused on the US war led on terrorism and Iraq. There were many voices of protests against the war. Some of it was shown over television. Others dominated websites and chatrooms. These show the power of the media and those who control it to set the agenda for world politics and democracy. This issue on New Media and Journalism in Asia: Freedom of Expression, Censorship and Ethic brings together research articles and commentaries on the implications of new technology and contemporary journalism on democracy.

-James Gomez
Guest Editor

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