Indigenous, ethnic and cultural articulations of new media

  title={Indigenous, ethnic and cultural articulations of new media},
  author={R. Srinivasan},
  journal={International Journal of Cultural Studies},
  pages={497 - 518}
  • R. Srinivasan
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Cultural Studies
  • This article extends a lineage of research that reveals possibilities by which indigenous and ethnic communities have appropriated media technologies to serve their own cultural, political and social visions. This article focuses on networked and database-driven ‘new’ media and information systems, and the possibilities and potentialities these hold within cultural scenarios. A case is presented that has focused on Native communities within the United States. Through this case study, I present… CONTINUE READING
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