The Fourth Eye: M ori Media in Aotearoa New Zealand

The Fourth Eye: M ori Media in Aotearoa New Zealand

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ISBN-13: 9780816681044
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Publication date: 10/02/2013
Series: Indigenous Americas Series
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Brendan Hokowhitu is dean of the faculty of native studies at the University of Alberta. He is coeditor of Indigenous Identity and Resistance: Researching the Diversity of Knowledge.

Table of Contents

Contents

Maps
Introduction: The Indigenous Mediascape in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Brendan Hokowhitu and Vijay Devadas

I. Mediated Indigeneity: Representing the Indigenous Other
1. Governing Indigenous Sovereignty: Biopolitics and the ‘Terror Raids’ in New Zealand
Vijay Devadas
2. Postcolonial Trauma: Child Abuse, Genocide, and Journalism in New Zealand
Allen Meek
3. Promotional Culture and Indigenous Identity: Trading the Other
Jay Scherer
4. Viewing against the Grain: Postcolonial Remediation in Rain of the Children
Kevin Fisher and Brendan Hokowhitu
5. Consume or Be Consumed: Targeting Māori Consumers in Print Media
Suzanne Duncan
II. Indigenous Media: Emergence, Struggles, and Interventions
6. Theorizing Indigenous Media
Brendan Hokowhitu
7. Te Hokioi and the Legitimization of the Māori Nation
Lachy Paterson
8. Barry Barclay's Te Rua: The Unmanned Camera and Māori Political Activism
April Strickland
9. Reflections on Barry Barclay and Fourth Cinema
Stephen Turner
III. Māori Television: Nation, Culture, and Identity
10. The Māori Television Service and Questions of Culture
Chris Prentice
11. Māori Television, Anzac Day, and Constructing ‘Nationhood’
Sue Abel
12. Indigeneity and Cultural Belonging in Survivor-Styled Reality Television from New Zealand
Jo Smith and Joost de Bruin

Acknowledgments
Contributors
Index

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