The Resource Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia : government, sovereignty and colonialism, Elizabeth Rose Strakosch

Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia : government, sovereignty and colonialism, Elizabeth Rose Strakosch

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Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia : government, sovereignty and colonialism
Title
Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia
Title remainder
government, sovereignty and colonialism
Statement of responsibility
Elizabeth Rose Strakosch
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Language
eng
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AIAS
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1982-
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Strakosch, Elizabeth
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph. D) -- University of Queensland, 2011.
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  • Foucault, Michel
  • Hindess, Barry
  • Neoliberalism
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
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Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia : government, sovereignty and colonialism, Elizabeth Rose Strakosch
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Production
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references : pages 214-238
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Contents
Part One: Mapping : Introduction : Research question; Context: Neoliberalism; Recent Australian Indigenous policy; Settler colonialism; Existing critical policy analysis -- Theoretical approach of the thesis: governmentality; "The Aboriginal polity that already exists" -- Method -- Argument and chapter outline -- Governmentality : Foucault's lectures in the English speaking world -- Governmentality and its strengths for this project: Government as rational practice; Displacing sovereignty; Thinking critically about neoliberalism -- Limitations and response: the problem of programmatism; hierarchies of knowledge; Foucault's colonial orphans; The problem of reinscription : liberalism; neoliberalism; colonialism; rethinking sovereignty -- The work of Barry Hindess: authoritarian liberalism; Sovereignty as a governmental regime; Political action of free subjects; Temporalisation of difference; Sovereignty as a practice of liberal rule -- Conclusion -- Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia : Development of the neoliberal policy framework : Council of Australian Governments framework: Council of Australian Government framework; COAG trials; The abolition of ATSIC and the new arrangements -- Shared responsibility agreements and regional partnership agreements : shared responsibility agreements: mutual obligation in Mulan, federal policy launch; Regional partnership agreements: regional governance agenda; Implementation of federal policy -- Transition to new policies: problems with the new arrangements: failure to secure Indigenous "buy-in", administrative issues, negative evaluations; Communities in Crisis, intervention and the end of SRAs; Conclusion -- Part two: Analysis : Problematisation : Problematisation as a conceptual tool : problematisation, rhetoric and the Indigenous policy cycle; problematisation, government and sovereignty -- Contesting reconciliation: CAR final report; Government response to CAR report: claiming reconciliation; privatising reconciliation; governmentalising reconciliation; limiting colonial difference; The neoliberal transformation of reconciliation -- Contesting representation: ATSIC; Abolishing ATSIC: failure to address disadvantage, failure to represent Indigenous people; The entwinement of disadvantage and representation; The neoliberal transformation of representation; Conclusion -- Capacity: Capacity as a conceptual tool : neoliberalism and capacity; Colonialism, capacity and the deferral of sovereignty -- Governance capacity: the concept of governance capacity; Program logic: from disadvantage to cooperation to capacity to consent; Government and sovereignty in Indigenous governance capacity building -- Contractual capacity: the concept of contractual capacity; Ngaanyatjarra RPA: levering Indigenous governmental capacity: circular deployment of recognition, what kind of Indigenous capacity?, outsourcing the settler colonial project; Ngaanyatjarra RPA: levering Government sovereign capacity : imagining the "state", exchange of consideration, accrual of micro-sovereignty; Conclusion -- Risk : Risk as conceptual tool: social insurance and the neoliberal divestment of risk; Catastrophic risk and the state of exception; Colonial risk -- Senate Commitee inquiry: policy failures; Accounting for policy failures; Reframing the policy problem and identifying new strategies; Conclusion -- Freedom and coercion, government and sovereignty; Neoliberalism and intervention; Conclusion
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30 cm
Extent
237 pages
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Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for inter library loan
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Uni Qld
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MAR14/049
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Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia : government, sovereignty and colonialism, Elizabeth Rose Strakosch
Production
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references : pages 214-238
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part One: Mapping : Introduction : Research question; Context: Neoliberalism; Recent Australian Indigenous policy; Settler colonialism; Existing critical policy analysis -- Theoretical approach of the thesis: governmentality; "The Aboriginal polity that already exists" -- Method -- Argument and chapter outline -- Governmentality : Foucault's lectures in the English speaking world -- Governmentality and its strengths for this project: Government as rational practice; Displacing sovereignty; Thinking critically about neoliberalism -- Limitations and response: the problem of programmatism; hierarchies of knowledge; Foucault's colonial orphans; The problem of reinscription : liberalism; neoliberalism; colonialism; rethinking sovereignty -- The work of Barry Hindess: authoritarian liberalism; Sovereignty as a governmental regime; Political action of free subjects; Temporalisation of difference; Sovereignty as a practice of liberal rule -- Conclusion -- Neoliberal Indigenous policy in Australia : Development of the neoliberal policy framework : Council of Australian Governments framework: Council of Australian Government framework; COAG trials; The abolition of ATSIC and the new arrangements -- Shared responsibility agreements and regional partnership agreements : shared responsibility agreements: mutual obligation in Mulan, federal policy launch; Regional partnership agreements: regional governance agenda; Implementation of federal policy -- Transition to new policies: problems with the new arrangements: failure to secure Indigenous "buy-in", administrative issues, negative evaluations; Communities in Crisis, intervention and the end of SRAs; Conclusion -- Part two: Analysis : Problematisation : Problematisation as a conceptual tool : problematisation, rhetoric and the Indigenous policy cycle; problematisation, government and sovereignty -- Contesting reconciliation: CAR final report; Government response to CAR report: claiming reconciliation; privatising reconciliation; governmentalising reconciliation; limiting colonial difference; The neoliberal transformation of reconciliation -- Contesting representation: ATSIC; Abolishing ATSIC: failure to address disadvantage, failure to represent Indigenous people; The entwinement of disadvantage and representation; The neoliberal transformation of representation; Conclusion -- Capacity: Capacity as a conceptual tool : neoliberalism and capacity; Colonialism, capacity and the deferral of sovereignty -- Governance capacity: the concept of governance capacity; Program logic: from disadvantage to cooperation to capacity to consent; Government and sovereignty in Indigenous governance capacity building -- Contractual capacity: the concept of contractual capacity; Ngaanyatjarra RPA: levering Indigenous governmental capacity: circular deployment of recognition, what kind of Indigenous capacity?, outsourcing the settler colonial project; Ngaanyatjarra RPA: levering Government sovereign capacity : imagining the "state", exchange of consideration, accrual of micro-sovereignty; Conclusion -- Risk : Risk as conceptual tool: social insurance and the neoliberal divestment of risk; Catastrophic risk and the state of exception; Colonial risk -- Senate Commitee inquiry: policy failures; Accounting for policy failures; Reframing the policy problem and identifying new strategies; Conclusion -- Freedom and coercion, government and sovereignty; Neoliberalism and intervention; Conclusion
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
237 pages
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for inter library loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Uni Qld
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
chart
Stock number
MAR14/049

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