The thesis analyses post-colonial relations between Aborigines and Europeans in a remote region of
Australia - the Kimberley division in the north of Western Australia. Post-colonial relationships
stem from the political and economic enfranchisement of Western Australian Aborigines consequent on
a series of legislative changes, and changed material relationships, from about 1963.
Post-colonial relations are conceived of as occurring between cultural systems. The thesis
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