Luritja management of the State
In the Central Australian community of Amunturrngu the Luritja management of the State is not only subversive to the development of representative democracy and a capitalist economy, but this discourse of (dis)engagement empowers community members. This offers autonomy, albeit marginal, from the mainstream. The 'problem of the cultural' emerges in this engagement and the production of meaning requires enunciating the 'third space' : the ambivalent space of the cultural interface. Within this...[Show more]
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