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[Commlist] JOACM Special Issue: Ethnic Minority Media: Between Hegemony and Resistance published

Thu Jul 04 20:03:04 GMT 2019

We are very pleased to present volume 4, issue 3 (2019) of the Journal of Alternative/ and Community Media/,//*Ethnic Minority Media: Between Hegemony and Resistance* <>,//guest edited by Alicia Ferrández Ferrer and Jessica Retis. This is the second special issue of the journal to be published this year, in addition to the general content that continues to be published on a rolling basis.

As the guest editors write, "/our contributors examine how ethnic and migrant minorities are using the media to counteract a subaltern position in society, which in some cases has existed for centuries/", with critical attention to "/the tensions and contradictions the ethnic minority media deal with in contemporary media space/". The articles consider a range of media types and practices in various local and transnational contexts, from a diversity of theoretical and methodological perspectives.

Journal of Alternative and Community Media

    Vol 4, No 3 (2019)Special issue: Ethnic Minority Media: Between
    Hegemony and Resistance

Guest editors: Alicia Ferrández Ferrer, Jessica Retis

      Table of Contents


Ethnic minority media: Between hegemony and resistance <>
Alicia Ferrández Ferrer, Jessica Retis
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Indigenous agency through visual narratives in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia <>
Laura Ximena Triana Gallego
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'Era mejor cuando éramos ilegales' (it was better when we were illegals): Indigenous people, the State and 'public interest' indigenous radio stations in Colombia <>
Diego Mauricio Cortés
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Tribal radio stations as key community informants and sites of resistance to mainstream media narratives <>
Jana Wilbricht
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Movimiento voices on campus: The newspapers of the Chicana/o student movement <>
Harry L. Simón Salazar
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Communication, migrant activism and counter-hegemonic narratives of Haitian diaspora in Brazil <>
Denise Cogo
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Ethnic media as alternative media for South Asians in Metro Vancouver, Canada: Creating knowledge, engagement, civic and political awareness <>
Syeda Nayab Bukhari
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'We are all confident to speak': Using radio as a tool of resettlement for young people of refugee background <>
Heather Anderson, Shepard Masocha, Neelu Sharma
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The /Journal of Alternative and Community Media /is an open access, international journal dedicated to the study of all forms of alternative, community, activist, grassroots and citizens' media. The journal is co-published by the IAMCR's Community Communication and Alternative Media section; the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research; and the Griffith ePress. The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles and book reviews on a rolling basis in addition to guest-edited special issues.

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