Indigenous Television In The Canadian North: Evolution, Operation, And Impact On Cultural Preservation.
|Neuheimer, William Joel
|Thesis (M.A.) University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1994
|Indigenous television broadcasting in the Canadian North has evolved as a successful response to help mitigate the cultural domination imposed over the aboriginal people in the Canadian North via television which originates in the Canadian South and other dominant television producers such as the United States. I have concluded, based on my research and the results from a survey of indigenous people in the Canadian North, that the evolution of indigenous television in the Canadian North has enabled the indigenous people of the Canadian North to achieve greater cultural stability within the increased political empowerment and self-determination that their television programming has been able to afford them. A brief discussion of the evolution of indigenous television in Australia compares the evolution of a similar system in another context and emphasizes the success of the Canadian experience. <p>
|Indigenous Television In The Canadian North: Evolution, Operation, And Impact On Cultural Preservation.