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|Title:||Positive stories: why and how African-Australian media matter|
|Citation:||Australian Journal of Communication, 2013; 40(3):97-103|
|Publisher:||Australia and New Zealand Communication Association|
|John Budarick and Gil-Soo Han|
|Abstract:||In this paper we analyse data from interviews with five African-Australian media producers. Migrant media production is seldom studied yet has serious implications. We focus on three key themes present in the interview data: participants’ motivations for producing media, the audiences that they target, and the cross-cultural connections created between African and non-African Australians. The research findings highlight the importance of African-Australian media for self-representation, as well as its potential to create positive links between African-Australians and the broader Australian society.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Media Studies publications|
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