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By: Haney Geiogamah & D. Michael Pavel

In: Children & Television: Images in a Changing Sociocultural World

Chapter 13: Developing Television for American Indian and Alaska Native Children in the Late 20th Century

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Developing Television for American Indian and Alaska Native Children in the Late 20th Century
Developing television for American Indian and Alaska Native children in the late 20th century
HaneyGeiogamah (KIOWA)
D.MichaelPavel (SKOKOMISH)

An ironic reversal of a truly peculiar, unexpected, and even humorous sort seems to be distinctly possible as the ongoing dilemma of American Indian and Alaska Native people and their tortured relationships with the U.S. communications media—television, motion pictures, video—lumbers and lurches toward the closing credits of the 20th century. After endless decades of arrogant, insensitive and greedy misuse of the Native image, the media have, in the past several years, fallen into a pattern of neglecting, shutting out, and ignoring Native peoples’ pleas for fair representation and a role in shaping what goes out on ...

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