Traditions for health : studies in Aboriginal reconstruction
Under a policy of self-determination, Aboriginal people are expected to draw on their traditions of social organization in order to contribute to the improvement of their health. ‘Traditions for Health’ attempts to show that this is a more difficult process than many people suppose. The problem is not only that indigenous traditions have been damaged by colonial authority. As well, the contemporary meaning and relevance of ‘tradition’ are inevitably in constant dispute. ¶ ‘Traditions for...[Show more]
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