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Baker, S; Hoar, P; Hope, W; McEwan, R; Middleton, A; Myllylahti, M; Treadwell, G (AUT Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy (JMAD), 2020)No abstract.
Māori-language Newspapers 1842-1945: A Survey, With a Focus on the Expression of Oral Tikanga on the Page Middleton, AThis paper canvasses Māori-language print media from the first monolingual newspaper in te reo Māori (the Māori language) in 1842 to what is believed to be the last, in 1945. It sets the publications in their social contexts ...
Sound and Vision in the Opening Titles of Māori-language Television News: A Multimodal Analysis of Cultural Hybridity Middleton, AMāori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand. British settlers arrived in the 19th century with their tradition of the newspaper, and this led to a thriving Māori-language press. Today, news in te reo Māori, the ...