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Aboriginal advancement to integration : conditions and plans for Western Australia

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Aboriginal advancement to integration : conditions and plans for Western Australia
Title
Aboriginal advancement to integration
Title remainder
conditions and plans for Western Australia
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Part of project sponsored by Social Sciences Research Council; brief survey of Aboriginal way of life at contact, nature of contact with Europeans, impact, legislation & administration-industrial relations, Protection Board, creation & work of Aborigines Dept, citizenship, health; comments on reports & recommendations of Fairbairn, Forrest, Roth, Moseley, Bateman, Gare; present living conditions, standards of housing, health & hygiene, mission settlements, hostels, sheep & cattle stations, camping reserves; general discussion of behaviour & patterns of poor families; clarification of goals & means of achievement, blind-alley propositions, identification of socio-psychological & socio-economic needs; guidelines for plans for integration - Dept of Native Welfare, functions, recommends creation of Social Planning Council, roles of Commonwealth Government, involvement of Aborigines; strategies of intervention, physical resources & personnel required, secondary effects (phasing out of reserves, missions, etc.); planning & programs, choice of rate of advancement, division of departmental responsibilities, suggested program for 1970, steps in implementation of plans; research and evaluation; benefits & costs; Appendices - A, characteristics & projection of the Aboriginal population; housing & households; C, employment & occupations; D, schooling & educational achievement; E, health F, crime & delinquency; G, family characteristics
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Schapper, Henry P
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Aboriginal advancement to integration : conditions and plans for Western Australia
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Foreword by W.E.H. Stanner
  • This copy was originally given to W.E.H. Stanner
  • Includes index
  • Typescript (Processed)
  • See also published version at B S299.84/A1
Contents
Part 1: Background: Before the white man; Contact and impact; Legislation and administration; Reports and recommentations -- Pt 2: Current realities : Resource-learning mixes; Attitudinal and behavioural consequences -- Pt 3: Conditions of advancement : Clarification of goals and means of achievement; Recognition of blind-alley propositions; Identification of needs -- Guidelines for plans for integration: Administrative organisation; Principles of intervention; Strategies of intervention; Planning and programmes -- Pt 5: Research for action : Research and evaluation; Benefits and costs -- Summary and conclusions : Main points -- Appendices: Introduction to statistical appendices : A. Characteristics and projection of the Aboriginal population ;B. Aboriginal housing and households; C. Aboriginal employment and occupations;.D. Aboriginal schooling and educational achievement;.E Aboriginal health; F. Aboriginal crime and delinquency;.G. Aboriginal family characteristics; H. First questions answered
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
326 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Jon Altman
Stock number
MAR10/084
Label
Aboriginal advancement to integration : conditions and plans for Western Australia
Publication
Note
  • Foreword by W.E.H. Stanner
  • This copy was originally given to W.E.H. Stanner
  • Includes index
  • Typescript (Processed)
  • See also published version at B S299.84/A1
Contents
Part 1: Background: Before the white man; Contact and impact; Legislation and administration; Reports and recommentations -- Pt 2: Current realities : Resource-learning mixes; Attitudinal and behavioural consequences -- Pt 3: Conditions of advancement : Clarification of goals and means of achievement; Recognition of blind-alley propositions; Identification of needs -- Guidelines for plans for integration: Administrative organisation; Principles of intervention; Strategies of intervention; Planning and programmes -- Pt 5: Research for action : Research and evaluation; Benefits and costs -- Summary and conclusions : Main points -- Appendices: Introduction to statistical appendices : A. Characteristics and projection of the Aboriginal population ;B. Aboriginal housing and households; C. Aboriginal employment and occupations;.D. Aboriginal schooling and educational achievement;.E Aboriginal health; F. Aboriginal crime and delinquency;.G. Aboriginal family characteristics; H. First questions answered
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
326 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Jon Altman
Stock number
MAR10/084

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