Aboriginal Australia: An Introductory Reader in Aboriginal Studies
Colin Bourke, Eleanor Bourke, William Howell Edwards
University of Queensland Press, 1994 - Social Science - 236 pages
Positive perspectives of Indigenous people on a range of issues which affect their everyday lives; aims to present a realistic view of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, to encourage readers to examine their own knowledge and ideas, to reveal the cultural and linguistic diversity of Indigenous Australians and to demonstrate the contribution Indigenous people have made in various areas of Australian life; each chapter annotated separately.
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