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From the 'quiet revolution' to 'crisis' in Australian Indigenous affairs, Virginia Watson

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From the 'quiet revolution' to 'crisis' in Australian Indigenous affairs
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From the 'quiet revolution' to 'crisis' in Australian Indigenous affairs
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Virginia Watson
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Examination of the Howard government's record on Indigenous affairs, its role in the 'crisis' in remote Aboriginal communities, changes in Indigenous Affairs brought about by the Howard government and how these changes are linked with the broader project of welfare reform; includes discussion of the failure of Howard's 'quiet revolution', the government's neglect of infrastructure and program funding in housing, health and education in remote communities; Noel Pearson's critique of the ongoing role of the state in perpetuating welfare dependents; includes discussion on the communities of Wadeye and Cape York
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Pearson, Noel
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From the 'quiet revolution' to 'crisis' in Australian Indigenous affairs, Virginia Watson
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Bibliography: p. 106-109
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From the 'quiet revolution' to 'crisis' in Australian Indigenous affairs, Virginia Watson
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 106-109

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