By Andrew T. Kenyon,Tim Marjoribanks,Amanda Whiting
Commentators at the media in Southeast Asia both emphasise with optimism the chance for brand spanking new media to supply percentages for larger democratic discourse, in any other case, much less hopefully, specialise in the ongoing skill of governments to workout tight and complicated keep an eye on of the media. This publication explores those matters almost about Malaysia and Singapore. It analyses how newshounds visual display unit governments and canopy elections, discussing what distinction journalism makes; it examines citizen journalism, and the limitations on it, usually self-imposed constraints; and it assesses how governments keep watch over the media, together with outlining the advance and present program of criminal restrictions.
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Democracy, Media and Law in Malaysia and Singapore: A Space for Speech (Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series) by Andrew T. Kenyon,Tim Marjoribanks,Amanda Whiting