Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in Public Service Roles: Representation, recognition and relationships in Australian government bureaucracies
This article considers findings from two studies that explore the experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people working in Australian government bureaucracies. The studies were conducted with different disciplinary approaches (history, political science and anthropology) and were carried out in different public service settings. The aim in bringing the two studies together is to reflect on key common findings and thematic implications as contribution to the nascent research field...[Show more]
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