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Deloria Jr., Vine. 1988. Custer Died For Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto. University of Oklahoma Press.

Francis, Daniel. 1992. The Imaginary Indian: The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.

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Hartley and McKee. 2000. The Indigenous Public Sphere: The Reporting and Reception of Aboriginal Isssues in Australia. New York: Oxford University Press.

Howard, Ross. 2003. Conflict Sensitive Journalism – A Handbook. Denmark: International Media Support and Institute for Media, Policy and Civil Society.

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Knight, Tim. 1994. The Television Storyteller. Toronto: CBC Training and Development.

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ARTICLES

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