Fourth Eye : M ori Media in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Main Author: Hokowhitu, Brendan
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2013.
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520 |a The Fourth Eye brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars to provide a critical and comprehensive account of the intricate and complex relationship between the media and Maori culture. Examining the Indigenous mediascape, The Fourth Eye shows how Maori filmmakers, actors, and media producers have depicted conflicts over citizenship rights and negotiated the representation of Indigenous people. 
505 0 |a Cover; Contents; Maps; Introduction. Fourth Eye: The Indigenous Mediascape in Aotearoa New Zealand; Part I. Mediated Indigeneity: Representing the Indigenous Other; 1. Governing Indigenous Sovereignty: Biopolitics and the "Terror Raids" in New Zealand; 2. Postcolonial Trauma: Child Abuse, Genocide, and Journalism in New Zealand; 3. Promotional Culture and Indigenous Identity: Trading the Other; 4. Viewing against the Grain: Postcolonial Remediation in Rain of the Children; 5. Consume or Be Consumed: Targeting Māori Consumers in Print Media. 
505 8 |a Part II. Indigenous Media: Emergence, Struggles, and Interventions6. Theorizing Indigenous Media; 7. Te Hokioi and the Legitimization of the Māori Nation; 8. Barry Barclay's Te Rua: The Unmanned Camera and Māori Political Activism; 9. Reflections on Barry Barclay and Fourth Cinema; Part III. Māori Television: Nation, Culture, and Identity; 10. The Māori Television Service and Questions of Culture; 11. Māori Television, Anzac Day, and Constructing "Nationhood"; 12. Indigeneity and Cultural Belonging in Survivor- Styled Reality Television from New Zealand; Acknowledgments; Contributors; Index. 
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