Thesis review : the role of SANZ, a migrant radio programme, in making sense of place for South African migrants in New Zealand
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Citation:Meadows, M. (2016). Thesis review: The role of SANZ, a migrant radio programme, in making sense of place for South African migrants in New Zealand by Antoinette Wessels [Review of the Thesis The role of SANZ, a migrant radio programme, in making sense of place for South African migrants in New Zealand by Antoinette Wessels]. ePress Theses Review Series (2016/2). ePress Unitec . Retrieved from http://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress/
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This study is a detailed, qualitative exploration of the role played by a South African migrant radio programme, SANZ Live, in supporting its audience to create a sense of place in Auckland, New Zealand, through a range of on- and off-air activities. The thesis concludes that SANZ Live contributes to the creation of opportunities for South African migrants to find a sense of place through producing media content, participating in face-to-face communication through the off-air activities of SANZ Live, participating in SANZ Live social media and perpetuating aspects of South African culture through various programme-related activities. This multi-layered participation works to establish a new routine and a hybrid culture that enables South African migrants to establish new individual, group and collective identities – establish new individual, group and collective identities – becoming ‘South African Kiwis’ – in their new home of choice.
Keywords:SANZ Live (Radio program), migrant radio, community radio, migrants, migrant identity, South Africans in New Zealand, Braai Day (National Heritage Day, South Africa), migrant media, theses reviews
ANZSRC Field of Research:200208 Migrant Cultural Studies, 2001 Communication and Media Studies
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