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Old and New Australian Aboriginal Art

  • Author: Black, Roman
  • Publisher: Angus & Robertson
  • Published: 1964

Old and New Australian Aboriginal Art

A Black Reality: Aboriginal camps and housing in remote Australia

  • Author: Heppell, Michael
  • Publisher: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies
  • Published: 1979

A Black Reality: Aboriginal camps and housing in remote Australia

The Remote Aborigines

  • Author: Rowley, Charles Dunford
  • Publisher: Australian National University Press
  • Published: 1971

This last book of Professor Rowley's trilogy on Aboriginal Policy and Practice deals with the

Working with aborigines in remote areas

  • Authors: De Hoog, John, Sherwood, John
  • Publisher: Mount Lawley College
  • Published: 1983

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,…

Aboriginals and the Mining Industry: Case Studies of the Australian Experience

  • Authors: Cousins, D, Nieuwenhuysen, J
  • Publisher: George Allen & Unwin
  • Published: 1984

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…

Aborigines, tourism and development: The Northern Territory Experience

  • Author: Altman, J.C.
  • Publisher: Northern Australian Research Unit, Australian National University
  • Published: 1988

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…

Jalinardi Ways: Whitefellas Working in Aboriginal Communities

  • Author: Crawford, Fran
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Studies and School of Social Work, Curtin University
  • Published: 1989

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.

Plants for Medicines - A Chemical and Pharmacological Survey of Plants in the Australian Region

  • Authors: Collins, D., Culvenor, C., Lamberton, J., Loder, J., Price, J.
  • Publisher: CSIRO Australia
  • Published: 1990

Plants for Medicines - A Chemical and Pharmacological Survey of Plants in the Australian Region

Open for business: immigrant and Aboriginal entrepreneurs tell their story

  • Author: Pascoe, R.D.
  • Publisher: Australian Government Publications Service, for the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Published: 1990

historical reference

Remote Possibilities: the Aboriginal Domain and the Administrative Imagination

  • Author: Rowse, T
  • Publisher: Australian National Universty North Australia Research Unit
  • Published: 1992

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…

Outback Ghettos: A history of Aboriginal instituionalisation and surival

  • Author: Brock, P
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Published: 1993

Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Legislation and policy: the context of outback ghettos 3. Poonindie, home away from 'country' 4. An established community and its destruction 5. Koonibba, a refuge for…

Tables of Composition of Australian Aboriginal Foods

  • Authors: Brand-Miller, J., James, KW., Maggiore, PMA.
  • Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press
  • Published: 1993

Tables of Composition of Australian Aboriginal Foods

Aboriginal health and history: Power and prejudice in remote Australia

  • Author: Hunter, Ernest
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Published: 1993

Aboriginal health and history: Power and prejudice in remote Australia

Reading the rangeland: a guide to the arid shrublands of Western Reading the rangeland: a guide to the arid shrublands of Western Australia Australia

  • Authors: Burnside, Don, Holm, Alec, Payne, Alan, Wilson, Georgina
  • Publisher: Department of Agriculture and Food
  • Published: 1995

Managing the rangelands is complex. Soils and vegetation can vary considerablyover short distances in distinct or subtle ways. Separating climatic from managementinfluences on the condition of the land has always…

Rural Land Degradation in Australia

  • Authors: Conacher, A., Conacher, J.
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press.
  • Published: 1995

engaging, accessible and informative book. Contents • 1. The rural land degradation problem • 2

Bushfires & Bushtucker - Aboriginal Plant Use in Central Australia

  • Author: Latz, P.
  • Publisher: IAD Press
  • Published: 1995

Bushfires & Bushtucker - Aboriginal Plant Use in Central Australia

Copyrites: Aboriginal art in the age of reproductive technologies

  • Author: Johnson, Vivien
  • Publisher: National Indigenous Arts Advocacy Association and Macquarie University
  • Published: 1996

Copyrites: Aboriginal art in the age of reproductive technologies

Seeing the Inside: Bark Painting in Western Arnhem Land

  • Author: Taylor, Luke
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Published: 1996

Seeing the Inside is the first detailed study of one of the world's great visual art traditions and its role in the society that produces it. The bark painting of…

Aboriginal traditional economic system in central and east Arnhemland

  • Author: Trudgen, R.I.
  • Publisher: Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc
  • Published: 1998

This reference was cited from: http://www.clc.org.au/land_use/rural/serv05.htm

Models of Intervention at the Point of Crisis in Aboriginal Family Violence

  • Author: Blagg, H
  • Publisher: Domestic Violence Prevention Unit
  • Published: 1999

Models of Intervention at the Point of Crisis in Aboriginal Family Violence

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