The social construction of Aboriginal fringe-dwellers
Since the early days of the colonization of Australia, governments have established commissions and committes of inquiry to investigate and to provide them with advice about solutions to the Aboriginal 'problem'.' These inquiries, as Woenne notes, have also had an educative aspect, informing the general public of the 'true state of affairs' of the Aboriginal situation, (woenne 1979:324-56) The passing of the 1967 referendum and the establishment of Aboriginals as an issue of public...[Show more]
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