Indigenous media practice

Kerry MCCALLUM, Lisa Waller

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Abstract

This article introduces the Indigenous Media Practice special issue through a discussion of the aims and scope of the edition. It identifies three major currents in contemporary international research on media and indigeneity, which are reflected in the suite of scholarship presented here. The first is the importance of continuing to critically analyse media systems, institutions and policies that enable and constrain the production and dissemination of information for, by and about Indigenous populations. The second emphasises media-related practices in specific media production and social policy contexts, and the third underlines the importance of interrogating underlying and pervasive societal discourses in understanding Indigenous media practice. The contributions to this themed issue highlight that there is a vibrant body of research among a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, typically working in teams in the pursuit of better understanding the relationships between media and indigeneity in both global and local contexts.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)67-69
Number of pages3
JournalMedia International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy
Volume1
Issue number149
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Indigenous media practice. / MCCALLUM, Kerry; Waller, Lisa.

In: Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, Vol. 1, No. 149, 2013, p. 67-69.

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