"Can’t talk now, mate": New Zealand news media and the invisible Afghan war (2010)
Type of ContentChapters
University of Canterbury. School of Social and Political Sciences
University of Canterbury. Media and Communication and Journalism
EditorsR. Keeble and J. Mair
CitationMatheson, D. (2010) "Can’t talk now, mate": New Zealand news media and the invisible Afghan war. In R. Keeble and J. Mair (Ed.). Afghanistan, war and the media: deadlines and frontlines (pp. 276-288). Bury St Edmunds: Abramis.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research47 - Language, communication and culture::4701 - Communication and media studies::470107 - Media studies
19 - Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing::1903 - Journalism and Professional Writing
19 - Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing::1902 - Film, Television and Digital Media
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