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No longer black and white : proceedings of a conference on the media and ethnic and racial conflict held at the International Conflict Resolution Centre, School of Bahavioural Science, University of Melbourne, 1 and 2 November 1996 / editor, Diane Bretherton
Bib ID 2200728
Format BookBook
Description Parkville, Vic. : International Conflict Resolution Centre, 1998- 
v. <1> ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0734013477
Full contents v. 1. Media responsibility in ethnic and racial conflict. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Racism -- Australia.  |  Mass media -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Race relations.  |  Australia -- Ethnic relations.
Other authors/contributors Bretherton, Diane  |  International Conflict Resolution Centre

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