Ethnic print media in the multicultural nation of Canada

  title={Ethnic print media in the multicultural nation of Canada},
  author={T. Ojo},
  pages={343 - 361}
  • T. Ojo
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Journalism
  • This article explores the social and cultural roles of ethnic print media in the country within the prism of Canada’s multicultural policy. Specifically, the article examines how the ethnic groups are framed in the mainstream national media in Canada and then examines how these ethnic media are [re]constructing their own identities in contrast to their framed identities in the mainstream national print media such as the Globe and Mail, National Post and Toronto Sun. In exploring the overall… CONTINUE READING
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