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Hybridity, power discourse and evolving representations of Aboriginality (1970s-today), Sue Ryan-Fazilleau

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Hybridity, power discourse and evolving representations of Aboriginality (1970s-today)
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Hybridity, power discourse and evolving representations of Aboriginality (1970s-today)
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Sue Ryan-Fazilleau
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"This essay examines the changing role played by the politicised concept of hybridity in filmic representations of Aboriginal identity over the past four decades"; three films are studied 'The chant of Jimmie Blacksmith'(1978), ' Yellow Fella'(2005) and 'Samson and Delilah' (2009)
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