Fuller, Linda K.

Community Media

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Linda K. Fuller

I. Aboriginal/Indigenous Experiences

2. Remote Beginnings, Metropolitan Developments: Community and Indigenous Television in Australia
Elinor Rennie

3. (re)Coloring the Public Broadcasting System in Canada: A Case Study of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
Lorna Roth

4. Community Radio and Development: Tribal Audiences in South India
Yesudhasan Thomas Jayaprakash, Brian Shoesmith

5. Media as Constructor of Ethnic Minority Identity: A Native American Case Study
Ritva Levo-Henriksson

II. Current Case Studies

6. Use of Television as a Community Media by Farmers in Bangladesh
M. Abul Kashem

7. Restricted Opportunities for Community Broadcasting in Belgium
Frieda Saeys, Tomas Coppens

8. Video-Identity: Images and Sounds of Citizenship Construction in Brazil
Rogério Santana Lourenco

9. Implications of Globalization for Community Broadcasting in Ghana
Kwasi Ansu-Kyeremeh

10. Vox Populi or Lonely Voices in the Wasteland of the Ionosphere: The Case of Israeli Community Television
Hillel Nossek

11. Asian Models of Community Communication, With Kazakhstan as a Case Study
Saule Barlybaeva, Alma I. Rusetmova

12. Top-Down Community Media: A Participant Observation from Singapore
Linda K. Fuller

13. Television to Save a Language and a Culture: The Basque Case
Carmelo Garitaonandía, Miguel Angel Casado

14. The Power of Participatory Community: Lessons Learned from Bangkokian Experience
Parichart Sthapitanonda, Chaiwat Thirapantu

15. Civic Adventure in Turkey: Creation and Evolution of TOSAM and the “Radio Democracy” Project
Dogu Ergil

III. Virtual Community Visions

16. The Architectures of Cyberdating: Personal Advertisement Photography and the Unworking of Community
Eric Freedman

17. “Free Speech” and U.S. Public Access Producers
John W. Higgins

18. Call Me Impure: Myths and Paradigms of Participatory Communication
Alfonso Gumucio Dagron

19. The People’s Communication Charter: Global Communications and People’s Rights
Cees J. Hamelink

20. Multitheoretical Approaches to Community Media: Capturing Specificity and Diversity
Nico Carpentier, Rico Lie, Jan Servaes

21. Conceptualizing Community: Implications for Policymaking in a Cyberage
Concetta M. Stewart, Mairi Innes Pileggi

Keywords: Social Sciences, Communication Studies, Industries, Media Studies, Regional and Cultural Studies, Film History, North American Literature

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