Income management and Indigenous peoples: nudged into a Stronger Future?
Australian policy has been motivated by paternalism towards Indigenous peoples for the better part of Australia's colonial history. Contemporary forms of income management that disproportionately affect Indigenous peoples extend a paternalistic approach. The paternalism embedded within the income management discourse draws heavily upon the framework of ‘new paternalism’, which increases government supervision of those who receive welfare payments. However, in recent years, another form of...[Show more]
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