The Pulse of Policy: Mapping Movement in the Australian Indigenous Policy World
A “policy world” is a complex and messy assemblage of peoples, places, events, processes, procedures, discourses and artefacts (Shore and Wright 2011). In this thesis I explore aspects of the intercultural world of Australian Indigenous policy by locating and following its “pulse” (Stoler 2009). A policy’s pulse is defined as the ways and means by which that policy moves in and through the policy world assemblage. In this thesis, I track this policy via an...[Show more]
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