The Resource Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 : comparing the attitudes of Indigenous people and Australians overall, by David Stolper and Jennifer Hammond, (electronic resource)

Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 : comparing the attitudes of Indigenous people and Australians overall, by David Stolper and Jennifer Hammond, (electronic resource)

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Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 : comparing the attitudes of Indigenous people and Australians overall
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Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010
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comparing the attitudes of Indigenous people and Australians overall
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by David Stolper and Jennifer Hammond
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eng
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"Reconciliation Australia and Auspoll began collaboration on the Reconciliation Barometer research project in February 2007. The objective of the research was to develop a tool to measure the progress of reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. While improvements in Indigenous health, employment, housing and education are essential for the reconciliation process, equally important, and at the core of reconciliation, is the relationship between the first Australians and those who have come since. If we are to improve the relationship and create an environment which provides equal life chances for all Australians we must first understand the underlying values and perceptions that shape this relationship and influence our society today. The Australian Reconciliation Barometer delves into the heart of our nation to identify the attitudes Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians hold about each other, and about reconciliation in this country. It also attempts to shed some light on why we hold these attitudes. This is the first time a study of this nature comparing Indigenous Australians - attitudes and values to that of other Australians has been undertaken. It is a window into how we see ourselves today, and more importantly where we aspire to be as we begin the 21st century. The inspiration for the Barometer came from South Africa, where the Institute of Justice and Reconciliation developed the 'South African Reconciliation Barometer'. Initially it was conducted bi-annually in 2003 and 2004 and since then annually. The 2010 edition of the Australian Reconciliation Barometer reveals where we are today and examines how our attitudes have changed in the last two years" [taken from background page 5]
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  • Reconciliation
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Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 : comparing the attitudes of Indigenous people and Australians overall, by David Stolper and Jennifer Hammond, (electronic resource)
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Australian Reconciliation Barometer 2010 : comparing the attitudes of Indigenous people and Australians overall, by David Stolper and Jennifer Hammond, (electronic resource)
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1 volume
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System requirements: reader required to view pdf document
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Text and graphics

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