Strangers on the Land: Place and Indigenous Multimedia Knowledge Systems

Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Place: Local Knowledge and New Media Practice, 2008, 1, pp. 126 - 137
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Audio-visual storage mediums, such as the ubiquitous handycam, offer new potentials for the representation of information about the natural environment and the events that have occurred there, and thus forthe way the history and significance of place are discussed and disputed, extending oral and written language traditions.
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