SBS independent: productive diversity and counter-memory
AuthorMALEL TREVISANUT, AMANDA
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Document TypePhD thesis
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© 2013 Dr. Amanda Malel Trevisanut
This thesis explores SBS Independent (SBSi) (1994-2007) as a cultural institution characterised by productive diversity and counter-memory. It examines its cultural policy developments and uses a creative labour approach to demonstrate how the economic resource of productive diversity has conditioned new practices in management, production and distribution, in the Australian film and television industry. It also analyses content commissioned by SBSi and demonstrates how staff manoeuvred within this neo-liberal regime to generate new counter-memorial narrative representations, which continued to challenge white racial hegemony in Australia.
KeywordsSBS Independent; productive diversity; counter-memory; multiculturalism; creative labour; cultural policy; creative industries; Foucault; television; documentary; film; national cinema; Australian television; Amanda Malel Trevisanut; public service broadcasting; SBS; SBSi; creative nation; critical race and whiteness; white; Pizza; Paul Fenech; Jewboy; Tony Krawitz; Call Me Mum; Margot Nash; Unfinished Business; Indigenous Drama Initiative; Indigenous film; Australian cinema; commissioning
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