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An ambivalent hospitality : Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia's self-governing Northern Territory

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An ambivalent hospitality : Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia's self-governing Northern Territory
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An ambivalent hospitality
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Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia's self-governing Northern Territory
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Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph. D) - Australian National University, 2010.
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An ambivalent hospitality : Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia's self-governing Northern Territory
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https://digitalcollections.anu.edu.au/bitstream/1885/10128/2/02Whole_Ganter.pdf
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Publication
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  • Cover title
  • "July 2010"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 243-260
Contents
The research idea: the idea of representative bureaucracy; Images of the Aboriginal representative; The field study; Introducing seniority; Thesis structure -- Part 1 - History and theory: an ambivalent invitation 1911-2007 : The inheritance: Aborigines acquire a "taste for work" 1911-1977: Aborigines as a constant public service presence; Was administrative work meant to be empowering? -- Bringing forth the absent: theories of representation : studies of Aboriginal political identity; The road to representative bureaucracy; The other road : political representation; The politics of being there -- Mirror, mirror...: the mixed messages of Aboriginal employment policy 1978-2007: the self-governing Northern Territory's original state of mind; Naming representative bureaucracy -- Part II : Answering Aboriginal senior officials 1978-2007 -- The course of acceptance: a toe in the water: depicting likeness; Taking the plunge: drawing on identity; Immersion -- The limits of acceptance: Accepting reluctantly: demurring; Declining the representative invitation: stories of exit; Considering the Indigenous sector alternative -- Sustainable selves, practising representatives : "the visual judgment of people"; "Role models" : speaking to others; The alternative imaginary: our true merits; The present-absent relationship -- Part III: Conclusion: From representatives to theorists : invitation; Answering; Postscript; Returning to the research question -- Appendices: A. Research agreement with the Northern Territory Government; B. Information sheet; C. Letter of invitation to interviewees; D. Interviewee consent form; E. Guide to the interview questions
Extent
xii, 261 p. + appendices
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Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
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MAR10/145
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An ambivalent hospitality : Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia's self-governing Northern Territory
Link
https://digitalcollections.anu.edu.au/bitstream/1885/10128/2/02Whole_Ganter.pdf
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "July 2010"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 243-260
Contents
The research idea: the idea of representative bureaucracy; Images of the Aboriginal representative; The field study; Introducing seniority; Thesis structure -- Part 1 - History and theory: an ambivalent invitation 1911-2007 : The inheritance: Aborigines acquire a "taste for work" 1911-1977: Aborigines as a constant public service presence; Was administrative work meant to be empowering? -- Bringing forth the absent: theories of representation : studies of Aboriginal political identity; The road to representative bureaucracy; The other road : political representation; The politics of being there -- Mirror, mirror...: the mixed messages of Aboriginal employment policy 1978-2007: the self-governing Northern Territory's original state of mind; Naming representative bureaucracy -- Part II : Answering Aboriginal senior officials 1978-2007 -- The course of acceptance: a toe in the water: depicting likeness; Taking the plunge: drawing on identity; Immersion -- The limits of acceptance: Accepting reluctantly: demurring; Declining the representative invitation: stories of exit; Considering the Indigenous sector alternative -- Sustainable selves, practising representatives : "the visual judgment of people"; "Role models" : speaking to others; The alternative imaginary: our true merits; The present-absent relationship -- Part III: Conclusion: From representatives to theorists : invitation; Answering; Postscript; Returning to the research question -- Appendices: A. Research agreement with the Northern Territory Government; B. Information sheet; C. Letter of invitation to interviewees; D. Interviewee consent form; E. Guide to the interview questions
Extent
xii, 261 p. + appendices
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Stock number
MAR10/145

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