A little more than kin : regional affiliation and group identity among aboriginal migrants in Melbourne
The last decade has been one of rapid social change for Aborigines in Victoria. Press and public attitudes towards the dark people have changed greatly . Government and welfare agency investigations into Aboriginal living conditions during the nineteen-fifties focussed public attention on Aborigines as never before. Assistance offered by new voluntary associations encourages Aborigines in Melbourne to acknowledge their ethnic identity. New activities attract people from all regional cliques in...[Show more]
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