Journalism and indigenous public spheres
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Journalism should be viewed as a key cultural practice to facilitate dialogue between different public spheres, and journalists must be encouraged to use Indigenous sources for their stories about indigenous affairs. This alone might enable access to indigenous public spheres, across lines of cultural diversity, by challenging prevailing understanding of indigenous people and their worldview.
Pacific Journalism Review
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