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An introductory guide to Aboriginal communities; general features and diversity of settlements; outstations and homelands movement; outline of general Western Australian policies toward Aborigines since 1829; provision of services.
This monograph has been written with two main objectives in mind. The first is to present empirical data about the economic impact of tourism on Aboriginal communities in the Northern…
Last century social and economic impact of resource development on Aborigines; including employment, training, protection of sacred sites; contribution of mining to economic development of Aboriginal communities; effectiveness of legislation…
Useful practical introduction to Aboriginal culture, designed to help workers in Aboriginal communities overcome problems due to cultural differences; looks at Aboriginal world view in such areas as religion, history,…
A Black Reality: Aboriginal camps and housing in remote Australia
This last book of Professor Rowley's trilogy on Aboriginal Policy and Practice deals with the
Old and New Australian Aboriginal Art