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Communication Issues in the Pacific Islands book
Communication and Media in Papua New Guinea book
Mapping the Communication landscape of Central Asia book
Communication and Media in Papua New Guinea book
Communication Issues in New Zealand digital book
Ethnic and Migrant Media in New Zealand forum proceedings



[new singled authored book project: Island Communicative Ecologies: an ethnographic and communication conceptual framework for island studies. Proposal stage]

Stanley Niaah, S. & Papoutsaki, E. (Eds). (forthcoming). Island Art and Music Festivals: Exploring Place, Identity and Culture in Island  Festivalscapes. University of West Indies Press: Kingston.


Turdubaeva, E. & Papoutsaki, E. (Eds). (2023). Mapping the Media and Communication Landscape of Central Asia: an anthology of emerging and contemporary issues. Lexington Books: Washington DC.


Papoutsaki, E. & Kolesova, E. (Eds). 2017. Ethnic Migrant Media Forum - Exploring the role, benefits, challenges and potential of ethnic media in New Zealand. Curated Proceedings. Auckland: Unitec ePress.


Dodson, G. & Papoutsaki, E. (Eds). 2014. Communication Issues in New Zealand: a Collection of Research Essays. Auckland: Unitec ePress

Marat, D., Papoutsaki, E., Latu, S, Aumua, L., Talakai, M., Sun, K. 2011. Akoaga- Retention & Achievement in the New Zealand Tertiary Sector: Perspectives of Students & Parents from Pasifika Communities on Efficacy, Agency & Success. Unitec ePress: Auckland.

Papoutsaki, E. McManus, & M. Matbob, P. (Eds) 2011. Communication, Culture and Society in PNG: you toktok long housat?  Pacific Media Centre: Auckland & DWU Press: Madang

          [click here for book launch and review one, review two, review three]







Papoutsaki, E. & Harris, U. (Eds.) 2008. Pacific Islands Communication Issues: Local Issues, Regional Perspectives. AMIC/USP/PMC-AUT: Singapore.

[click here for book review]

[recommended textbook for the Graduate Diploma in Pacific Journalism, AUT and Macquarie University]


Papoutsaki, E. & Rooney, D. (Eds.) 2006. Media, Communication and Development in Papua New Guinea. DWU Press: Madang

          [click here for book review]


Papoutsaki, E. & Zurabishvili, T. (Eds.) 2004. Caucasus Higher Education in Transition. CEP: Tbilisi.

"This volume itself constitutes a part of the very communications-minded reform here advocated. It not only provides an outlet for the research of a number of young scholars connected to the Communication Arts Department at Divine Word University, it will also serve as a valuable textbook for future students of media and communications in Papua New Guinea and beyond."  - James Slotta Franklin & Marshall College

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