Describes the efforts of various indigenous peoples to present
themselves in radio, television, and audio- and videocassettes, based
on field research with Irish speakers, Native Americans, Sami in
Scandinavia, Maori in New Zealand, and Basque in France. Discusses
the historical development of indigenous use of media, details
specific programs and management training, and reveals how the
electronic media alter indigenous languages and change styles of
communication to resemble the majority culture.
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