Tribal communities in rural areas
This monograph discusses the main socio-economic components of the contemporary lifestyle of Aboriginal people living in tribal communities in Australia. Using information obtained in the course of fieldwork in three Northern Territory Communities - Yuendwnu, Willowra and Numbulwar - in 1978-79, it examines the resources available for the maintenance of Aboriginal social and material life. Difference in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal attitudes towards these resources help to explain why attempts...[Show more]
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