The Resource 'Assimilation begins in the home' : the state and Aboriginal women's work as mothers in New South Wales 1900s to 1960s / Heather Goodall

'Assimilation begins in the home' : the state and Aboriginal women's work as mothers in New South Wales 1900s to 1960s / Heather Goodall

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'Assimilation begins in the home' : the state and Aboriginal women's work as mothers in New South Wales 1900s to 1960s / Heather Goodall
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'Assimilation begins in the home'
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the state and Aboriginal women's work as mothers in New South Wales 1900s to 1960s / Heather Goodall
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eng
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Strengths of traditional Aboriginal women's economic and social roles; role of welfare boards as part of assimilation process, including emphasis on removal of girls from family in the early years, control of Family Endowmnent payments after 1930; Exemption Certificates; vulnerability of Aboriginal women to white male assumptions about their sexuality; mothering and employment activities impacted on policy; NSW Aboriginal policy was 'gendered' policy
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Goodall, Heather
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New South Wales
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'Assimilation begins in the home' : the state and Aboriginal women's work as mothers in New South Wales 1900s to 1960s / Heather Goodall
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Includes bibliographic references and endnotes p.99-101
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'Assimilation begins in the home' : the state and Aboriginal women's work as mothers in New South Wales 1900s to 1960s / Heather Goodall
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references and endnotes p.99-101

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