|Authors: ||Rose, Michael.|
|Publisher:||St. Leonards, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin,|
- There are 96 copies of this book in other libraries
- and 96 copies of this specific edition.
- For the record : one hundred and sixty years of Aboriginal print journalism
- xxxv, 219 p.,  p. of plates : ill., facsims., ports. ; 22 cm.
- Collection of articles as examples of Aboriginal journalism from 1836 to 1995; selected from a wide range of Aboriginal and mainstream publications; selected to illustrate key issues and events in Aboriginal and Australian history as interpreted by Aboriginal journalists; includes a list of the major Aboriginal periodicals from 1837 to 1995 with title, publishing history and community where published.
- A chronology of Aboriginal history
- Introduction: You wouldn't read about it: Aboriginal print journalism
- 1. A captive audience: The Flinders Island Chronicle
- 2. The power of the press: Abo Call
- 3. Transitional voices: Westralian Aborigine, Churinga, Harmony, Alchuringa
- 4. Militant voices: Militant newspapers of the 1960s, '70s and '80s
- 5. The view from Sydney: Koori-Bina, A.I.M.
- 6. Northern concerns: N.Q. Messagestick
- 7. Into the mainstream: Identity, Aboriginal and Islander Forum
- 8. A journal of record: Land Rights News
- 9. A national voice: Koori Mail
- 10. Wider exposure: Aboriginal journalism in non-Aboriginal newspapers
- Sources and a listing of Aboriginal periodicals.
- Includes bibliography (p. -216) and index.
- Bibliography: p. 214-216.
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