Representing Cultural Diversity or Serving Local Industry? An Exploration of the Future Prospects of Subsidised Documentary on Television
A study of the impact of neoliberal policy in New Zealand and Australia on the potential of television documentary to represent cultural diversity.
||Cultural diversity, Television documentary, Cultural policy, National culture, Neo liberalism
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.95-102.
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Mary teaches in the Media Studies program at La Trobe University and is the coordinator for the video production stream in the Bachelor of Media Studies. She has a background in television production having worked as a film editor, researcher and documentary maker within broadcasting and the independent sector. Mary's research interests are broadcasting policy, public service broadcasting in the digital era and documentary as a social project. She is currently involved in a comparative study of television documentary funding in Australia and New Zealand for her Ph. D.
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