Aboriginality: the affirmation of cultural identity in settled Australia
Aboriginal identity in settled Australia has been a largely neglected area of research. This neglect in interest and attention is partly the consequence of entrenched administrative and public views of Aborigines as 'acculturated' people dispossessed (through historical circumstances) of their cultural identity. Few enquiries have been made as to whether this is, in fact, an accurate assessment. Nor has the assumption that cultural identity is distinguished primarily by definitive signifiers,...[Show more]
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