Aborigines and Change: Australia in the ’70s

Aborigines and Change: Australia in the ’70s

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Studies of Aborigines social and cultural change.

Aborigines and Change: Australia in the ’70s

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This collection of studies is an outcome of a symposium on social and cultural change arranged by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, and is directly related to contemporary issues of ethnic relations in Australia. It is the most comprehensive volume on this topic to date, especially rich in material from the Western Desert, Arnhem Land, parts of Queensland and urbanised areas.

The majority of the twenty-eight contributors have had first-hand experience, some of them considerable experience, in Aboriginal studies. They provide new facts and new ways of looking at those facts that appreciably enhance our understanding of Aboriginal affairs today. They also contribute to an understanding of theory and methodology.

Softcover, 424pgs, contributors, references, index. Good, a few cover marks, page edges slightly foxed, small stain front end papers. Social Anthropology Series No. 11.

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Short Description Studies of Aborigines social and cultural change.
Weight (g) 758.0000
Author R.M. Berndt, editor
Publisher Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies
Date Published 1977
ISBN 085575060X
Size 240mm x 151mm

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