Remote Possibilities: The Aboriginal Domain and the Administrative Imagination
Aboriginal self-determination is a praiseworthy objective of government policy, but do we know how to implement this? Remote possibilities discusses this question by bringing together two traditions of work relevant to political development in northern and central Australia: anthropological studies of Aborigines’ ‘political’ culture and behaviour and recent public policy debates about the enhancement of local government and essential services for Aboriginal people in the north and centre. Dr....[Show more]
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