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Aboriginal autonomy : issues and strategies, H.C. Coombs ; edited by Diane Smith

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Aboriginal autonomy : issues and strategies
Title
Aboriginal autonomy
Title remainder
issues and strategies
Statement of responsibility
H.C. Coombs ; edited by Diane Smith
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Summary
Discusses Aboriginal world view, lifestyles, and initiatives to maintain autonomy and control in important areas of Aboriginal identity - such as homelands movement, incorporated Aboriginal organisations, two-way education; autonomy and nurture are proposed by Coombs as key aspects of Aboriginal identity - he discusses means by which these two aspects of Aboriginal life could be recognised by the Australian nation in an Act of Self Determination; appendix contains the text of the Eva Valley statement; also includes a select bibliography of the works of H. C. Coombs
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1906-1997
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Coombs, H. C.
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1952-
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Smith, Diane
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Australia
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Aboriginal autonomy : issues and strategies, H.C. Coombs ; edited by Diane Smith
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 241-246
Contents
Foreword / Michael Dodson -- The Aboriginal World View -- 1. The making of Aboriginal identity -- Aborigines and the Land -- 2. The future of the homeland movement -- 3. Warlpiri land use and management -- 4. The implications of land rights -- Aboriginal Lifestyles -- 5. Economic, social and spiritual factors in Aboriginal health -- 6. Aboriginal education and the issues underlying Aboriginal deaths in custody -- 7. Aboriginal work and economy -- Aborigines, Resources and Development -- 8. The ideology of development in the East Kimberley -- 9. Aborigines and resources: from 'humbug' to negotiation -- 10. The McArthur River development: a case in point -- Aborigines, Law and the State -- 11. The Yirrkala proposals for the control of law and order -- 12. Aboriginal political leadership and the role of the National Aboriginal Conference -- 13. Aborigines and the Treaty of Waitangi -- Asserting Autonomy: Recent Aboriginal Initiatives -- 14. Aboriginal initiatives on the land -- 15. Initiatives in Aboriginal political organisation -- 16. Education: taking control -- The Recognition of Native Title -- 17. The Mabo decision: a basis for Aboriginal autonomy? -- 18. Negotiating future autonomy -- Appendix: The Eva Valley Statement
Control code
M0014134
Dimensions
22cm
Extent
xvi, 251 p;
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
  • Copy 3 donated by ATSIC Library
Isbn
9780521440974
Stock number
10704b
System control number
0011971
Label
Aboriginal autonomy : issues and strategies, H.C. Coombs ; edited by Diane Smith
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 241-246
Contents
Foreword / Michael Dodson -- The Aboriginal World View -- 1. The making of Aboriginal identity -- Aborigines and the Land -- 2. The future of the homeland movement -- 3. Warlpiri land use and management -- 4. The implications of land rights -- Aboriginal Lifestyles -- 5. Economic, social and spiritual factors in Aboriginal health -- 6. Aboriginal education and the issues underlying Aboriginal deaths in custody -- 7. Aboriginal work and economy -- Aborigines, Resources and Development -- 8. The ideology of development in the East Kimberley -- 9. Aborigines and resources: from 'humbug' to negotiation -- 10. The McArthur River development: a case in point -- Aborigines, Law and the State -- 11. The Yirrkala proposals for the control of law and order -- 12. Aboriginal political leadership and the role of the National Aboriginal Conference -- 13. Aborigines and the Treaty of Waitangi -- Asserting Autonomy: Recent Aboriginal Initiatives -- 14. Aboriginal initiatives on the land -- 15. Initiatives in Aboriginal political organisation -- 16. Education: taking control -- The Recognition of Native Title -- 17. The Mabo decision: a basis for Aboriginal autonomy? -- 18. Negotiating future autonomy -- Appendix: The Eva Valley Statement
Control code
M0014134
Dimensions
22cm
Extent
xvi, 251 p;
Immediate source of acquisition
  • Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
  • Copy 3 donated by ATSIC Library
Isbn
9780521440974
Stock number
10704b
System control number
0011971

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