Civil Dead Radio: Prisoners in the public sphere.

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Title Civil Dead Radio: Prisoners in the public sphere.
Author Anderson, Heather
Publication Title Communications, Civics, Industry: proceedings of ANZCA2007
Editor Dr John Tebbutt
Year Published 2007
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Publisher Australian New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA), La Trobe University
Abstract A version of the public sphere has always existed “as an appendage to democratic theory” (Dahlgren 1991, p. 1). Citizen's media theory (Rodriguez 2001) encourages us to consider grassroots media projects in terms of how democracy is enhanced, participants are empowered and citizenship is enacted outside of the parameters of enfranchisement. Can engagement within the public sphere benefit democracy, as imperfect as democracy may be? Does public sphere activity enhance a person's societal integration? To answer these questions I examine media produced by and for prisoners -- one of the most excluded sections of society (to the point of facing 'civil death').
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ISBN 9780646490663
Conference name Australian & New Zealand Communication Association Annual Conference 2007: Communication, Civics, In
Location Melbourne
Date From 2007-07-05
Date To 2007-07-06
Date Accessioned 2008-02-11
Language en_AU
Faculty Arts, Education and Law
Subject PRE2009-Communication and Media Studies
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1

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