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[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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