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Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa
Geographical remoteness, small populations and vast sea distances between nations are all factors which go to ensuring that the islands of the Pacific remain relatively unfamiliar territory to many in the international community. That a region so wealthy in languages, cultures and social traditions could also be a place of coups and tensions and where media freedoms are often trampled upon, is also little known to many casual observers. An opportunity for independent Pacific media voices to bedoi:10.24135/pjr.v16i2.1026 fatcat:5c3y5p56djhqrjm5p2defftdj4