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Bibographies and online documentation of Burma
Myanmar Communist caricatures and the trans-national community in a time of crises. The International Journal of Comic Art, 10(2): 254-281...keywords: animated comics, Irrawaddy, Saffron Revolution, Nargis, trans-national audience, press review, press representation......Brooten, L. (September 2008). Children troops, medias and world policy. Journals of Children and Music (.2)3...keywords: children servicemen; ethnical minority; medias; orientalism; mediaspresentation; text analysis....Brooten, L. (2008).
Medias as our mirror": Tribal Indians in Burma (Myanmar). Published by P. Wilson & M. Stewart (Global Indian Media: The Duke University Press...keywords: tribal massages, tribal videos, ethnical minorities, oppositionalism, press coverage, victimisation, stereotypes, solidarities, agency.......Downing, J. & Brooten, L. (2007). ICT and policymaking. Myanmar is a case in this chapter ]....keywords: policymaking, communications technology, mass transit, media....Brooten, L. (2007).
Burma. The Encyclopedia of Global Perspectives on the United States. A multiethnic state of politics and journalism: This is a case study about Burma (Myanmar). Journérale de Communication Inquiry, 30(4), 354- 373...Keywords: politics; journalists; journalism education; tribal (or ethnic) journalists; press development.......Brooten, L. (2005). Feminization of democracy under siege: The Burmese press, the "woman" of Burma and US foreign policy.
The National Womenâ's Studies Association Journal, 17(3): 134-156...keywords: press coverage, sex and medias, orientalism, representatives of the democratic system,'protection scenario,' geo-politics after the Coldwar.....Brooten, L. (2004). ASIAJC, 14(2): 174-191...Keywords: representatives of the press, migrants, politics of migrants, discourses on humansity, minority groups. Synopsis/Topic:List of publications and hypertext resources on more than 20 online documentation, mainly on the Mon, the Karen and Burma/Myanmar internally displaced... "Ashley South is an independant author and advisor specializing in Burma/Myanmar and Southeast Asia in the field of politics and aid.
Burma (renamed Myanmar in the 2008 constitution) is certainly no different in this respect. In fact, several recent trends over the past three years strongly support the creation of an up-to-date check list of Islamic books on Burma. Since the first issue of this work was published in July 2012, the number of new, reworked and re-printed Burma related books has grown.
This issue of the literature shows that the interest of the general population ( "and the scientific community") in Burma in recent years has been mainly related to Burma's policies and economies, which explains the large number of new works in these classes. These include several important editorial work with sections written by a number of well-known Burmese observers on topics such as the ongoing military policy roll, unsolved tension with minority communities, barriers to further development of the Burmese economy as well as the expansion of civic life.
The growing number of postgraduate students working on Burma in the West and elsewhere has also resulted in specialized research on areas and topics that have seldom been studied in detail...." There has been a change in this and it is now very hard, if not impossible, to keep up to date with the release of Burma (or Myanmar, as it is now called) publicat-alon.
Burma was largely neglected by the West after the Second World Peace Treaty. It' s been shown in some Hollywood movies, but they tend to go back to the warmonger. Burma's issues were not even as important as those of states like Vietnam when the threatened communist'subversion' in Southeast Asia began to draw worldwide publicity.
Sources/Publishing House: "New Mandala" Description/Topic:".... Today Burma's transformation from dictatorship to democratic rule is partially hindered by the opposition's attempts to institutionalise the remembrance of our past rift. Rather than proposing a visions for the present and a policy for realizing this visions, the leaders of the oppositions tend to use a "good-versus-evil" policy story as a central framework for mobilising the population.
There were attempts to ban inter-religious marriages, unbridled anti-Muslim hatred rhetoric and real local authority. As it draws closer to the 2015 election, the government is beginning a policy struggle between the two. If remembrance becomes a policy, the company will suffer from a dearth of fantasy.