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The Emergence of the Ethnic Press: World War II and Beyond

Ethnic Broadcasting Association of Queensland.

An account of the way language difficulties and the aim to maintain community links among post-war migrants to Queensland led to the creation of many new ethnic media outlets.



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27 February 2006


The Ethnic Broadcasting Association of Queensland (EBAQ) Ltd; Watson, Ian (joint ed.) "The Emergence of the Ethnic Press: World War II and Beyond" in Messages from the Past, Voices to the Future: Communications Linking and Sustaining Multicultural Queensland, Brisbane, EBAQ, 2002 (pp 26-49)


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