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Ethnic Minority Media : An International Perspective - Stephen Harold Riggins

Ethnic Minority Media

An International Perspective

By: Stephen Harold Riggins (Editor)

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This book focuses on the challenge of ethnic survival and empowerment and discusses the positive role that ethnic minority media play in the process. Examining print and broadcast media, as well as linguistic and cultural diversity, the contributors provide a broad international sampling of case studies spanning a variety of ethnic minorities and countries, each representing a different set of cultural, political and economic conditions. Cases studied include the United States (Hispanic and Native), Great Britain (Welsh), Ireland (Irish), Canada (Native), Australia (Aboriginal), Israel (Romanian), France (Occitan and Basque), Greenland (Inuit), Chile (Native) and Algeria (Berber). The book also contains valuable introductory and concluding remarks to provide avenues for future cross-cultural studies on ethnic minority media.

The Media Imperative: Ethnic Minority Survival in the Age of Mass Communicationp. 1
Models of Aboriginal Survival
Ethnic Broadcasting in Alaska: The Failure of a Participatory Modelp. 23
Mass Media in Greenland: The Politics of Survivalp. 44
Communication, Culture, and Technology: Satellites and Northern Native Broadcasting in Canadap. 63
Broadcasting in Aboriginal Australia: One Mob, One Voice, One Landp. 82
Inadvertent Assimilationism in the Canadian Native Pressp. 102
A Radio for the Mapuches of Chile: From Popular Education to Political Awarenessp. 127
Flaws in the Melting Pot: Hawaiian Mediap. 149
The Quest for Media Space by Immigrants and Indigenous, Integrated Minorities
Local Radio and Regional Languages in Southwestern Francep. 165
Revista Mea: Keeping Alive the Romanian Community in Israelp. 196
Minority-Language Broadcasting and the Continuation of Celtic Culture in Wales and Irelandp. 217
The Postcolonial Policy of Algerian Broadcasting in Kabylep. 243
Spanish-Language Media in the Greater New York Region During the 1980sp. 256
The Promise and Limits of Ethnic Minority Mediap. 276
Name Indexp. 289
Subject Indexp. 294
About the Editorp. 297
About the Contributorsp. 298
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ISBN: 9780803947245
ISBN-10: 0803947240
Series: Communication and Human Values
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 1st September 1992
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.34  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.41