Postcolonial Media Culture in Britain

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Rosalind Brunt, Rinella Cere
Macmillan Education UK, Jan 18, 2011 - Art - 180 pages
"This collection considers postcolonial media culture in Britain from two main perspectives: what is created and what is represented. First, it looks at the ways black and minority ethnic groups have created art, music and film and also participated in particular types of broadcast and digital media. Second, the book is concerned with how these minorities and themselves represented in news, current affairs and documentary, in media policy and in fictional and other artistic forms"--Preface.

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