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e-Book REPRESENTING ABORIGINALITY: A Post-colonial Analysis of the Key Trends of Representing Aboriginality in South African, Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand Film (Intervention Press) download

e-Book REPRESENTING ABORIGINALITY: A Post-colonial Analysis of the Key Trends of Representing Aboriginality in South African, Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand Film (Intervention Press) download

by Sacha Clelland-Stokes

ISBN: 8789825152
ISBN13: 978-8789825151
Language: English
Publisher: Left Coast Press (February 15, 2009)
Pages: 231
Category: Humanities
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Brad McGann studied in Australia, where the possum is protected, but at home in Aotearoa New Zealand the animal is a threat to native species

Brad McGann studied in Australia, where the possum is protected, but at home in Aotearoa New Zealand the animal is a threat to native species. In Possum, the autistic child Kid arouses similarly conflicting emotions in her close-knit family providing a metaphor for the changes wrought by and on settlers. What type of file do you want? RIS. BibTeX.

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REPRESENTING ABORIGINALITY: A Post-colonial Analysis of the Key Trends of Representing Aboriginality in South African, Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand Film. Author : Sacha Clelland-Stokes.

New title being released 16 May 2007

New title being released 16 May 2007. Sacha Clelland-Stokes Representing Aboriginality A post-colonial analysis of the key trends of representing aboriginality in South African, Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand film. JanMohamed’s thesis of The Economy of the Manichean Allegory is employed to interrogate these trends in terms of Other/Self binaries, where representations of the Other are understood to be sensitive to tensions within the individual psyches of the media-makers as well as to social tensions and stresses within the ‘political unconscious’ of the society in which they appear.

Aboriginal Australian identity, sometimes known as Aboriginality, is the perception of oneself as Aboriginal Australian, or the recognition by others of that identity

Aboriginal Australian identity, sometimes known as Aboriginality, is the perception of oneself as Aboriginal Australian, or the recognition by others of that identity. Aboriginal Australians are one of two Indigenous Australian groups of peoples, the other being Torres Strait Islanders. A legal historian estimated in 1991 that at least 67 classifications, descriptions or definitions to determine who is an Aboriginal person had been used by governments since white settlement in Australia.

Thesis: Representing Aboriginality: A post-colonial analysis of key trends representing aboriginality in South Africa, Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand film and an analysis of three films in the light of these trends (2002). Conducted textual analysis of The great dance, The last wave and Once were warriors. Drama and film graduate. Works as a professional TV-director.

Abstract: This paper draws on theories of the gift to address the ethics of representing Aboriginality in Australian . Interactions between Indigenous Australians and Europeans throughout history are routinely described as ones of confrontation and as acts of dispossession.

Abstract: This paper draws on theories of the gift to address the ethics of representing Aboriginality in Australian children's literature, which is a contentious debate that centres on who is eligible to tell Aboriginal stories and how the stories can be told. Nevertheless, historical encounters varied enormously. Some seemingly insignificant moments, such as the exchange of gifts, shaped racial relations profoundly. This paper begins by considering a controversial historical incident through the lens of the gift.

Representing Reality theorizes documentary in all-round perspectives. Among others, I think this book is important especially in that it raises the question of reality per se. Documentary has always been marginal not only in discourse but also in cinema industry, under the poor understanding of reality. Documentary has always been marginal not only in discourse but also in cinema industry, under the poor understanding of reality

Creamer, Howard 1988 Aboriginality in New South Wales: Beyond the Image of Cultureless Outcasts. Australian National University and Pergamon, Canberra, AC. oogle Scholar

Creamer, Howard 1988 Aboriginality in New South Wales: Beyond the Image of Cultureless Outcasts. Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia. oogle Scholar. Read, Peter 1996 A Rape of the Soul So Profound : Some Reflections on the Dispersal Policy in New South Wales. Allen and Unwin, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Representing Aboriginality takes a close look at the dominant trends in the representation of aboriginal people in Australian, South African and Aotearoa/ New Zealand film. Jan Mohamed’s thesis of The Economy of the Manichean Allegory is employed to interrogate these trends in terms of Other/Self binaries, where representations of the Other are understood to be sensitive to tensions within the individual psyches of the media-makers as well as to social tensions and stresses within the “political unconscious” of the society in which they appear. Thee films are analyzed in the discussion of the dominant trends: The Great Dance- a hunter’s story, The Last Wave, and Once Were Warriors. Clelland-Stokes’ forceful analysis of visual representations pf aboriginality will be of interest to scholars and students on the fields of visual anthropology, cultural anthropology, culture and media studies, film studies, and anyone interested in the visual culture of aboriginal and indigenous communities.
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