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Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging

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An important resource for understanding, and makes a vital contribution to, debates surrounding belonging in Australia.


Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging explores mediated debates about belonging in contemporary Australia by combining research that proposes conceptual and historical frameworks for understanding its meaning in the Australian context. A range of themes and case studies make the book a significant theoretical resource as well as a much-needed update on work in this area. Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging also provides an intervention that engages with key contemporary issues, questions and problems around the politics of belonging that are relevant not only to academic debate, but also to contemporary policy development and media and popular discussion.


List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Part I Theorizing Belonging in Contemporary Australia; 1. Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging, David Nolan, Karen Farquharson and Timothy Marjoribanks; 2. Politics of Belonging in a Mediated Society: A Contribution to the Conceptual Exegesis, Val Colic-Peisker; 3. Media, Belonging and Being Heard: Community Media and the Politics of Listening, Tanja Dreher; Part II Sudanese Australians, Media Practices and the Politics of Belonging; 4. Talking about the Other: Sudanese Australians and the Language of Difference on Talkback Radio, Scott Hanson-Easey; 5. In a Context of Crime: Sudanese and South Sudanese Australians in the Media, Karen Farquharson and David Nolan; 6. Journalism Practice, the Police and Sudanese Australians, Denis Muller, Karen Farquharson and David Nolan; 7. Constructing the Heroic Other and ‘They Always Asked about Africa, They Never Asked about Me’: Three Screen Representations of Sudanese Australians, Paola Bilbrough; 8. Towards an Australian Framework for Best Practice in Reporting News Involving Muslims and Islam, Jacqui Ewart and Mark Pearson; 9. Creating Media, Creating Belonging: Young People from Refugee Backgrounds and the Home Lands Project, Raelene Wilding and Sandra Gifford; 10. Creating Belonging: The Possibilities and Limitations of an Organizational News Media Intervention, Timothy Marjoribanks, Denis Muller and Michael Gawenda; Notes on Contributors; Index.

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Published 22 March 2018
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EAN13 9781783087808
Language English

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