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Governing cultural difference, Philip Batty

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Governing cultural difference
Title
Governing cultural difference
Statement of responsibility
Philip Batty
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Examination of the relation of Aboriginal subjectivity to media developments in Central Australia; Foucault and the formation of governmentality - technologies of the state and the self; self-determination and the development of community organisations in the 1970's examined through the operation of CAAMA; approaches to understanding the formation of CAAMA; change in government policy 1960?s to 1970's - assimilation to self-determination; development of government supported Aboriginal agencies; changes in government media policy - formation of CAAMA; race relations in Aboriginal agencies - biography and role of John Macumba; argues that the formation of Aboriginal agencies produced specific forms of Aboriginalites
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Batty, Philip
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D) -- University of South Australia, 2003
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  • Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (N.T.)
  • Australia
  • Imparja Television
  • Aboriginal Australians in mass media
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Television broadcasting policy
  • Radio broadcasting policy
Label
Governing cultural difference, Philip Batty
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Subtitle: The incorporation of the Aboriginal subject into the mechanisms of government with reference to the development of Aboriginal radio and television in Central Australia
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 230-256
Contents
Introduction: governing the Aboriginal subject; The argument: governing cultural difference; Qualification and assumptions; Further analytical frameworks; Methodologies -- Governing cultural difference: enlisting the Aboriginal subject -- Practising Aboriginal self-determination -- White advisors and their subjects -- Pt 2: Constituting an Aboriginal voice: Towards the Governmental Constitution of an "Aboriginal voice in the media" Pt 3: Private politics, public strategies -- Pt 4: Instituting an Aboriginal voice: getting into bed with the State: early manoeuvres, entering a governmental discourse, meeting the ministers, engagement with the ABC; A window of opportunity, the cost of Aboriginal self-determination -- Constituting an effective Aboriginal agency (administering Aboriginal difference): an effective Aboriginal agency, solicitation, the CAAMA Governing Committee; accountability and tradition; Managerial practices; Administering diversity -- Unintended outcomes: "understanding" Aboriginal culture; CAAMA's dilemma; Recruiting a collective Aboriginal agency; Imparja's benefactors; Imparja goes to air; Aboriginal programming; Social obligation versus commercial necessity -- Appendices: The social composition of the Aboriginal community of Alice Springs -- A brief summary of the development of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association, CAAMA
Extent
270 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
MAR06/255
Label
Governing cultural difference, Philip Batty
Publication
Note
Subtitle: The incorporation of the Aboriginal subject into the mechanisms of government with reference to the development of Aboriginal radio and television in Central Australia
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 230-256
Contents
Introduction: governing the Aboriginal subject; The argument: governing cultural difference; Qualification and assumptions; Further analytical frameworks; Methodologies -- Governing cultural difference: enlisting the Aboriginal subject -- Practising Aboriginal self-determination -- White advisors and their subjects -- Pt 2: Constituting an Aboriginal voice: Towards the Governmental Constitution of an "Aboriginal voice in the media" Pt 3: Private politics, public strategies -- Pt 4: Instituting an Aboriginal voice: getting into bed with the State: early manoeuvres, entering a governmental discourse, meeting the ministers, engagement with the ABC; A window of opportunity, the cost of Aboriginal self-determination -- Constituting an effective Aboriginal agency (administering Aboriginal difference): an effective Aboriginal agency, solicitation, the CAAMA Governing Committee; accountability and tradition; Managerial practices; Administering diversity -- Unintended outcomes: "understanding" Aboriginal culture; CAAMA's dilemma; Recruiting a collective Aboriginal agency; Imparja's benefactors; Imparja goes to air; Aboriginal programming; Social obligation versus commercial necessity -- Appendices: The social composition of the Aboriginal community of Alice Springs -- A brief summary of the development of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association, CAAMA
Extent
270 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
MAR06/255

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