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Contents Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction: Alaska Natives' Mass-Mediated Challenges to Euro- American Cultural Hegemony 1. Missionary Voices as the Discursive Terrain for Native Resistance 2. How Raven Gave Voice to a Talking Newspaper: The Case of The Alaska Fisherman 3. Voices of Subsistence in the Technocratic Wilderness: Alaska Natives and the Tundra Times 4. Warming the Arctic Air: Cultural Politics and Alaska Native Radio 5. Whose Vision Is It Anyway?: Technology, Community Television, and Cultural Politics Conclusion: Cultural Politics and Indigenous Public Spheres References Cited Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indian mass media Alaska, Indigenous peoples and mass media Alaska, Indians of North America Alaska Ethnic identity, Indian radio stations Alaska