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Political activism and aboriginal identity

Tegg, Allan


A number of people involved in Aboriginal affairs are attempting to help create the conditions under which Aborigines can be self-determining. A popular strategy is to gather information about the conditions faced by Aborigines in order to encourage others - the government, other Australians or sectional interest groups - to act. Some of the consequences of the effective use of this strategy are considered.

CollectionsANU North Australia Research Unit (NARU)
Date published: 1986
Type: Thesis (Honours)(non-ANU)
Access Rights: Open Access


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