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Take a look Cambodia – ក្រឡេកមើលកម្ពុជា

After years of dwelling on Cambodia’s dark past, there is a new narrative emerging among Cambodian youth. It is about the future. In Take a Look Cambodia, second-year journalism students at the Royal University of Phnom Penh’s Department of Media and Communication tell the stories of the people who are moving Cambodia forward.

In these pages, you will find stories of artists, scientists, chefs, designers, politicians, educators and computer programmers who are laying the foundation for a modern and global Cambodia. The rising young journalists at DMC set out to find the rising stars in other fields to find out what visions they have for the future of Cambodian culture, commerce and communication. Taken together, we hope these stories about the people at the cutting edge of Cambodian society will inspire other young Cambodians to follow their lead, and show everyone that there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about Cambodia’s future.

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SthaPatyakam ស្ថាបត្យកម្មខ្មែរ

“Sthapatyakam. The Architecture of Cambodia” is a semester project of Batch 10 of the Department of Media and Communication at the Royal University of Phnom Penh. The magazine presents writing on contemporary architecture in Cambodia and a guide to Phnom Penh’s architectural marvels from the Pre-Angkorian period to the present.

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Dontrey Magazine តន្រ្តីខ្មែរ

Dontrey Magazine is produced by batch 9 student of the Department of Media andCommunication, DMC. This is purely the production of the students. The magazine contains news about both contemporary music and our “Golden Age” during the 1960s and 1970s.

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Kon Magazine កុនខ្មែរ

Kon Magazine was made by Department of Media and Communication’s student batch 8 with initiation from Dr. Tilman Baumgärtel.The magazine is the final project of sophomore students in 2010. It has 28 pages consisting a wide range of news about cinema of Cambodia. Students talked to films producers, actors, and people both in the golden age as well as today.

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The Cambodian Communication Review 2014

The Cambodian Communication Review (CCR) is an annual publication of the DMC/CCI, which aims to provide an overview of Cambodian media and communication landscape, and research reports and commentaries written by experts and professionals in related fields. Its main aim is to draw the attention to and raise the awareness of media and communication issues in Cambodia and the region and to promote and strengthen the research publication and research capacity in Cambodian higher education sector more broadly, and of the Royal University of Phnom Penh, more specifically.
 
This latest issue of the Cambodian Communication Review features a section on Cambodian media snapshot, and research articles and commentaries on a range of themes, namely media and public health promotion; non-profits and social media; NGOs and freedom of expression; youths and social media; post-election media landscape, and mass media for safe cross border migration. The articles and commentaries are written by academicians, experts and practitioners, both Cambodian and non-Cambodian.

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The Cambodian Communication Review 2011

The Cambodian Communication Review 2011 (CCR), the annual series of research studies and critical commentaries, is therefore intended to provide a space for engaging in the analyses and debates of Cambodia’s social changes by locating the roles and implications of the media and ICTs within these changes. This 2011 issue of the Cambodian Communication Review features two additional sections in order to engage a wider range of contributors as well as to provide our readers with not only more informational inputs but, more importantly, also a broader perspective on comprehending the media and ICTs in relation to the societal context of contemporary Cambodia. We include in this 2011 issue (1) a snapshot of the recent Cambodian media scene by presenting a number of contextual and substantive indicators, (2) two research studies by the faculty and a student of the DMC, (3) five commentaries on the Cambodian media and other issues in relation to the media, and (4), as an addendum, a guide to the usually overlooked libraries and archives that contain valuable resources on Cambodia from as early as the beginning of the twentieth century.

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The Cambodian Communication Review 2010

The Cambodian Communication Review 2010 (CCR) is the annual publication on overview and studies of media and communication in Cambodia to be launched in December 2010 by the Department of Media and Communication (DMC). The publication is aimed at offering a snapshot of Cambodian media scene and reports from academic research on communication and information in Cambodia, thereby promoting the attention, awareness and discussion on media- and communication-related issues against the county’s current developments, which are politically, economically and culturally transformative. The range of issues taken up by our young and dynamic authors include, but not limited to, news content bias, media audience’s perceptions, and new media issues such as social networking sites (SNS) and the internet.

The Cambodian Communication Review consists of two sections:

(1) Cambodian Communication snapshot briefing media & ICT indicators and national contextual indicators for media & ICT use; and (2) research papers from our faculty and students. The publication is initiated by Peou Chivoin and coordinated by Chea Lyda, both DMC’s faculty members.

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Reporting Governance: A Content Analysis of Cambodian Media Outlets

This content analysis aims to illustrate the extent and form of current news coverage of governance provided by leading news outlets and outlets of interest.  The understanding from this analysis can help to assess the quality of media in relation to governance within the country and hence can help assess the role of media and communication in promoting good governance within Cambodia.

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Internet Research Project funded by SIRCA

The project studies the usage and motivations of using the internet, attitudes toward the internet, and academic internet use among Cambodian students. The research report titled “Internet Integration among Cambodian Students: Motivations, Attitudes & Academic Utilization” has been released as one of the papers resulting from the project.

This project has been carried out with the aid of a SIRCA grant from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Ottawa, Canada,and administrative support from the Singapore Internet Research Center (SiRC), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.The research activities have been hosted by the DMC and led by our faculty member Peou Chivoin as Principal Investigator.

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Winding the Hope

The focus of this project is on rights to education and safe city for women. Six groups of students produced six multimedia news packages, including mini-documentaries, feature stories and photo stories. This paper which includes feature stories and photo stories is a supplement to the mini-documentaries which are featured on the DVD.

The documentaries were produced by the Batch Nine students of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) of the Royal University of Phnom Penh as part of their Multimedia and Online Journalism class. The DMC is financially supported by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

This project was produced with the financial assistance fromActionAid Cambodia. The views expressed herein are those of the producers and therefore in no way reflect the official opinion of ActionAid Cambodia.

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Her Stories

This paper was produced by the Batch Eight students of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) of the Royal University of Phnom Penh as part of their Multimedia Journalism class. The DMC is financially supported by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Six groups of students went to six different provinces to portray different aspects of women issues including, but not limited to, women rights, violence, gender inequality, women education, and women leadership. Then they produced six multimedia news packages including mini-documentaries, feature stories and photo stories. This paper which includes feature stories and photo stories is a supplement to the mini-documentaries which are featured on the DVD.

The aim of this production is to examine problems Cambodian women are facing and to give voice to them to project their challenges, to claim their rights, and to acknowledge gender equality.

This project was produced with the financial assistance from ActionAid Cambodia. The views expressed herein are those of the producers and therefore in no way reflect the official opinion of ActionAid Cambodia.

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Portraying Disaster

This paper was produced by the Batch Seven students of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) of the Royal University of Phnom Penh as part of their multimedia Journalism class. The DMC is financially supported by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

Six groups of students went to six different provinces to capture disasters in each province and produce six multimedia news packages including mini-documentaries, feature stories and photo stories. This paper which includes feature stories and photo stories is a supplement to the mini ocumentaries which is featured on DVD.

The aim of this production is to examine the vulnerability of the communities, how disasters impact directly or indirectly on the communities as well as what have been done and what should be done to help those vulnerable communities.

This project was produced with the financial assistance from the European Commission. The views expressed herein are those of the producers; therefore, they in no way reflect the official opinion of the European Commission.

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