The Resource 'Never ask a question unless you know the answer': : anthropology and the formation of public policy, Kingsley Palmer

'Never ask a question unless you know the answer': : anthropology and the formation of public policy, Kingsley Palmer

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'Never ask a question unless you know the answer': : anthropology and the formation of public policy
Title
'Never ask a question unless you know the answer':
Title remainder
anthropology and the formation of public policy
Statement of responsibility
Kingsley Palmer
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Overview of the relation of anthropology to political policy and the development of public policy; discusses three case studies - ATSIC review of outstation resource agencies, ATSIC regional council review of resource agencies in the NT, an anthropological consultancy in the NT in the 1980's
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1946-
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Palmer, Kingsley
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
'Never ask a question unless you know the answer': : anthropology and the formation of public policy, Kingsley Palmer
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.10-11
Extent
p.4-11
Label
'Never ask a question unless you know the answer': : anthropology and the formation of public policy, Kingsley Palmer
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.10-11
Extent
p.4-11

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