Beyond Humbug: Transforming government engagement with Indigenous Australia

Beyond Humbug: Transforming government engagement with Indigenous Australia Book

  • Author(s): Dillon, M, Westbury, N
  • Published: 2007
  • Publisher: Seaview Press
  • ISBN: 9781740084802

Abstract: Analyses the underpinnings of government policy failure extending from the demography of remote Australia, land tenure and native title, to program implementation challenges and the institutional underpinnings of Indigenous disadvantage. Beyond Humbug analyzes the underpinnings of government policy failure extending from the demography of remote Australia, land tenure and native title, to program implementation challenges and the institutional underpinnings of Indigenous disadvantage Contents: – Preface – Introduction: The cult of disremembering – Chapter one: The emerging demographic crisis in Indegenous Australia: policy implications – Chapter two: National security and the failed state in remote Australia –Chapter three: The mountains are high, and the emperor far away: implementation challenges in Indigenous Affairs –Chapter four: Negotiating a Northern territory parks settlement: a new approach to resolving native title claims – Chapter five: Town tenure in remote Indigenous Australia: theory, ideology, politics and public policy – Chapter six: A new policy framework for Indigenous housing – Chapter seven: The institutional determinants of government failure in Indigenous Affairs –Conclusion: Plenty humbug.

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Dillon, M, Westbury, N, 2007, Beyond Humbug: Transforming government engagement with Indigenous Australia, Book, viewed 25 July 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=5498.

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