The Resource But where are the phones : modern communication technology at a remote Aboriginal community, Lydia Buchtmann

But where are the phones : modern communication technology at a remote Aboriginal community, Lydia Buchtmann

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But where are the phones : modern communication technology at a remote Aboriginal community
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But where are the phones
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modern communication technology at a remote Aboriginal community
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Lydia Buchtmann
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Language
eng
Summary
Paper tells of the impact of modern communication technology on traditional Aboriginal communities; describes research which looked at the experience of the Warlpiri people at the remote South Australian community of Yuendemu; findings are that the Warlpiri have openly embraced modern communication technology including broadcast media and on-line services; have adapted the new technology into existing cultural patterns; outlines the need for policy makers to be aware that technology is not introduced into a vacuum and that community needs should be taken into account
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  • Warlpiri Media Association
  • Tanami Network
  • Broadcasting
  • Aboriginal Australians in mass media
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But where are the phones : modern communication technology at a remote Aboriginal community, Lydia Buchtmann
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Publication
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Photocopy
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Includes bibliograpical references
Control code
M0009154
Extent
p. 51-57
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But where are the phones : modern communication technology at a remote Aboriginal community, Lydia Buchtmann
Publication
Note
Photocopy
Bibliography note
Includes bibliograpical references
Control code
M0009154
Extent
p. 51-57

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