A recent history of the professionalisation of Australian applied anthropology and its relevance to native title practice
This paper describes collective efforts over the past 30 years by Australian anthropologists towards achieving national representation and accreditation for applied practitioners. The intention is to better understand the viability of various strategies aimed at strengthening a community of practice for native title anthropologists today. The 'professionalisation' issue has recently re-emerged as a topic for discussion and debate in the context of an identified shortage of suitably qualified...[Show more]
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