The calculus of reciprocity: Principles and implications of Aboriginal sharing
Over the past two decades a rapidly expanding body of policy research has emerged related to the place of Indigenous Australians in the wider economy. Traditionally, the policy focus of much of that research has been on formal supply-side and demand-side issues, while the microscopic, cultural experience of Indigenous Australians has tended to be overlooked. This paper attempts to shift the focus of research to a higher level of resolution to examine one of the prominent cultural factors that...[Show more]
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