Difference and indifference : Australian policy and practice in indigenous substance abuse
This research addresses the ways in which alcohol problems among indigenous Australians have been conceptualised and acted upon by the people themselves, and by government policy-makers. The thesis considers two main questions. First, how has it eventuated that Aborigines have become excluded from national and international innovation in the management of drug and alcohol problems? Second, are mainstream models of best practice for alcohol intervention, particularly secondary...[Show more]
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