Broadcasting Diversity (Book)

Migrant Representation in Irish Radio

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Broadcasting Diversity explores modes of migrant representation and participation in Irish radio, focusing on the national public broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann and Dublin community stations and examining the opportunities provided for voicing migrant experience in transcultural program production. Investigating the intersection between an established Irish culture on the one hand and the nascent emergence of a transnational culture on the other, this book focuses on the ways in which migrant representation and self-representation have been variously effected in the Irish public sphere via the medium of radio.

Katie Moylan is a lecturer in media studies at the University of Leicester.

Introduction: Exploring ‘Diversity’ in Irish Radio 

Chapter 1: ‘Validating Difference’: Representing Diversity across Broadcasting Policy 

Chapter 2: Representing Diversity on RTÉ Radio: Multiculturalism’s Limitations

Chapter 3: Discourses of Difference and Cultural Relativism: Multiculturalism’s Compromises

Chapter 4: Facilitating Migrant-Produced Programming

Chapter 5: Migrant Production and the Accented Voice 

Conclusion

'Explores modes of migrant representation and participation, focusing on the Irish national public broadcaster'

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