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Settler societies habitually frame Indigenous people as 'a people of the past'-their culture somehow 'frozen' in time, their identities tied to static notions of 'authenticity', and their communities understood as 'in decline'. But this narrative erases the many ways that Indigenous people are actively engaged in future-orientated practice, including through new technologies. Indigenous Digital Life offers a broad, wide-ranging account of how social media has become embedded in the lives of Indigenous Australians. Centring ...

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    • Title: Indigenous Digital Life by Bronwyn Carlson; Ryan Frazer
    • Publisher: Springer Nature
    • Print ISBN: 9783030847951, 3030847950
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    • Edition: 2021 2021 edition
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