The Resource Black power as an anti-colonial discourse, Christine Jennett

Black power as an anti-colonial discourse, Christine Jennett

Label
Black power as an anti-colonial discourse
Title
Black power as an anti-colonial discourse
Statement of responsibility
Christine Jennett
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Argues that the period 1969-76 saw a modification of the processes of colonisation and applied to Aboriginal peoples and that the Black Power movement opened up the possibility for claims of Aboriginal status based rights; action research methodology; theories of race relations and ethnic identity in the context of the capitalist state and nationalism; survey of traditional Aboriginal society - relationship to land, land use, technology and exchange, social organisation - role of women, social control and power relations; associated theoretical approaches to Aboriginal society; colonisation and racial stereotyping; characteristics of Australian colonialism- contact history, racial violence, Aboriginal responses - social violence, economic marginalisation; features of paternal internal colonialism - development of state policies, problems of implementing assimilation and integration policies; discussion of the Gurindji Strike (Wave Hill) - working and living conditions under Vesteys, process of the strike (review of published sources); status and character of the Aboriginal population in the 1970's - census data, mobility, urbanisation and social structure, housing; concept and critique of the 'culture of poverty'; development and origins of recent anti-colonial movements in Africa; developments in Australia - role of Abschol, Aboriginal Legal Service; media representations and issues analysed; rise of Black Power movement in the USA and its Australian counterpart; decline of its influence in Australia; assessment of its value
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NUN
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Jennett, Christine
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of New South Wales, 1996.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Black power
  • Aboriginal Australians
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Black power as an anti-colonial discourse, Christine Jennett
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Publication
Control code
abn97064286
Extent
426 leaves, bound.
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Open access - reading. Open copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Label
Black power as an anti-colonial discourse, Christine Jennett
Publication
Control code
abn97064286
Extent
426 leaves, bound.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan

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