Minority Language Media: Concepts, Critiques and Case Studies

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Michael J. Cormack, Niamh Hourigan
Multilingual Matters, Jan 1, 2007 - Social Science - 274 pages
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This book is an international collection of essays by 14 researchers. Included are essays on general topics on minority language media, as well as studies of specific examples. The contributors are all experienced researchers in this field. Taken as a whole, the book is the first attempt to define and develop minority language media as a distinct field of study.
 

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Dr Mike Cormack is a Senior Lecturer at Sabhal Mr Ostaig, the Gaelic college on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, part of UHI Millennium Institute, where he is Course Director for the BA in Gaelic and Media Studies. Since the early 1990s he has been publishing articles on minority language media in general, and more specifically on Scottish Gaelic and the media.
Dr Niamh Hourigan is a College Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at University College Cork. She is the author of Escaping the Global Village: Media, Language and Protest examining campaigns for television in minority languages, and is co-editor of Social Movements and Ireland.

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