Intervention competing principles & the individual/communal dimension of Indigenous policy: a conceptual map illustrated by changing Northern Territory Census data in employment and housing
This seminar will revisit my triangular conceptual framework for Australian Indigenous policy developed a decade ago. That framework identified three competing principles of equality, choice and guardianship. Equality was identified as the dominant principle at the top and centre of the policy space, but with three interpretations: individual legal equality, equality of opportunity and socio-economic equality. The other two principles of choice and guardianship came into play through positive...[Show more]
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