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Race Matters in Australian Sport

Tatz, Colin


The first officials and transported convicts �Down Under� disliked, disdained and then disregarded the humanity of the native peoples. Starting with white settlement in 1788, Aborigines were seen essentially as �other� � not just different in quality but as other than human, and treated accordingly for long periods. This was despite edicts from the British Colonial Office to maintain friendly relations, not to disturb Aboriginal lands, to provide them with food, shelter, �gratuitous medical...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Sport and Challenges to Racism


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