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There was no mention in either newspaper of any link with the internet, or of the fact that the article was a translation. Neglecting to mention that the article is not an interview piece or an account written directly for the newspaper has two functions.
Firstly, it prevents any disbelief in the credibility of the internet as a source, and secondly, it permits alterations of the account, such as the deletion of Vivian's reasoned conclusion of her account which poses questions about minority politics in Indonesia. As will be shown, moreover, not mentioning that the source is indirect also masks mistranslations and misunderstandings. Vivian's story, articulated via the medium of the internet, was virtually raped.
It was appropriated for use by the Western media without acknowledgement of the source. Issues of post colonialism  and technology in negotiating the Subject in question, especially in the case of the subaltern female, need investigation. The phrase, 'Vivian's Story,' is intentionally ambiguous. In subsequent versions of the story, as presented by the Guardian and the Sydney Morning Herald , the article is told as a story about Vivian: the authorial voice is silenced, and Spivak's question, 'Can the subaltern speak?
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