CIRCA:Community Return in the Digital Age

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*[[CIRCA: Brian O'Niell's “Media Literacy and Communication Rights: Ethical Individualism in the New Media Environment.”]]
*[[CIRCA: Brian O'Niell's “Media Literacy and Communication Rights: Ethical Individualism in the New Media Environment.”]]
*[[CIRCA: Alina Ng's "When Users are Authors: Authorship in the Age of Digital Media.”]]  
*[[CIRCA: Alina Ng's "When Users are Authors: Authorship in the Age of Digital Media.”]]  
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*[[CIRCA: Catherine Mason's "Digital Documentation of Oral Discourse Genres."]]
*[[CIRCA: Kenneth D. Madsen.“Indigenous Research, Publishing, and Intellectual Property.”]]
*[[CIRCA: Kenneth D. Madsen.“Indigenous Research, Publishing, and Intellectual Property.”]]
*[[CIRCA: Murray L. Wax.“The Ethics of Research in American Indian Communities.”]]
*[[CIRCA: Murray L. Wax.“The Ethics of Research in American Indian Communities.”]]

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Useful Texts

Cruikshank, Julie. “The Social Life of Texts: Editing on the Page and in Performance." _Talking on the Page: Editing Aboriginal Oral Texts_. Eds. Laura J. Murray and Keren Rice. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1999. 97-119. Print.[[1]]

Ng, Alina. “When Users are Authors: Authorship in the Age of Digital Media.” Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment And Technology Law 12.4 (2010): 853-888. Print. [[2]]

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