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The Resource Culture, economy and governance in Aboriginal Australia : proceedings of a Workshop held at the University of Sydney, 30 November-1December2004, edited by Diane Austin-Broos and Gaynor Macdonald

Culture, economy and governance in Aboriginal Australia : proceedings of a Workshop held at the University of Sydney, 30 November-1December2004, edited by Diane Austin-Broos and Gaynor Macdonald

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Culture, economy and governance in Aboriginal Australia : proceedings of a Workshop held at the University of Sydney, 30 November-1December2004
Title
Culture, economy and governance in Aboriginal Australia
Title remainder
proceedings of a Workshop held at the University of Sydney, 30 November-1December2004
Statement of responsibility
edited by Diane Austin-Broos and Gaynor Macdonald
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Introduction outlines the themes of the workshop; seven issues emerged which provide a guide to the papers: poverty versus cultural conundrum; customoary versus modern remoteness; out-migration versus local economy; human capital versus governance; education versus jobs; local versus national strategies; economy versus culture [p. 4-5]
Cataloging source
ASSD
Dewey number
305.89915
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Austin-Broos, Diane J
  • Macdonald, Gaynor M.
  • University of Sydney
  • Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Aboriginal Australians
Label
Culture, economy and governance in Aboriginal Australia : proceedings of a Workshop held at the University of Sydney, 30 November-1December2004, edited by Diane Austin-Broos and Gaynor Macdonald
Instantiates
Publication
Note
At head of title : Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and the Department of Antropology, University of Sydney
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: culture, economy and governance / Diane Austin-Broos: Part 1: History of initiatives: What can pre-colonial and frontier economies tell us about engagement with the real economy?: Indigenous life projects and the conditions of development / Nicholas Peterson -- Indigenous art as economy / Howard Morphy -- Land rights and local economies: the Gagudju Association and the mirage of collective self-determination / Robert Levitus -- Mining projects in remote Australia: sites for the articulation and contesting of economic and cultural futures / David Trigger -- Part II: Indigenous disadvantage : Indigenous educational disadvantage / Janet Mooney -- The role of discrimination and the exclusion of Indigenous people from the labour market / Boyd Hunter -- Contested debates about citizenship rights to welfare: Indigenous people and welfare in Australia / Bettina Cass -- Part 3: Economic futures: The Indigenous labour market and regional industry / John Taylor -- Economic futures on Aboriginal land in remote and very remote Australia: hybrid economies and joint ventures / Jon Altman -- Between a rock and a hard place: economic policy and the employment outlook for Indigenous Australians / Bob Gregory -- Part 4: Education and community governance: "Learning lessons": a retrospective / Tess Lea -- Education and community / Jerry Schwab -- Households and community governance / Diane Smith -- Governance, cultural appropriateness and accountability within the context of Indigenous self-determination / David Martin -- Part 5: Institutions and economy: CDEP and ATSIC as bold experiments in governing differently - but where to now? / Will Sanders -- The Indigenous sector / Tim Rowse -- False dichotomies and other barriers to policy-making for Aboriginal communities / Larissa Behrendt
Control code
000040241571
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
v, 239 p.
Isbn
9781920898205
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Culture, economy and governance in Aboriginal Australia : proceedings of a Workshop held at the University of Sydney, 30 November-1December2004, edited by Diane Austin-Broos and Gaynor Macdonald
Publication
Note
At head of title : Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and the Department of Antropology, University of Sydney
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: culture, economy and governance / Diane Austin-Broos: Part 1: History of initiatives: What can pre-colonial and frontier economies tell us about engagement with the real economy?: Indigenous life projects and the conditions of development / Nicholas Peterson -- Indigenous art as economy / Howard Morphy -- Land rights and local economies: the Gagudju Association and the mirage of collective self-determination / Robert Levitus -- Mining projects in remote Australia: sites for the articulation and contesting of economic and cultural futures / David Trigger -- Part II: Indigenous disadvantage : Indigenous educational disadvantage / Janet Mooney -- The role of discrimination and the exclusion of Indigenous people from the labour market / Boyd Hunter -- Contested debates about citizenship rights to welfare: Indigenous people and welfare in Australia / Bettina Cass -- Part 3: Economic futures: The Indigenous labour market and regional industry / John Taylor -- Economic futures on Aboriginal land in remote and very remote Australia: hybrid economies and joint ventures / Jon Altman -- Between a rock and a hard place: economic policy and the employment outlook for Indigenous Australians / Bob Gregory -- Part 4: Education and community governance: "Learning lessons": a retrospective / Tess Lea -- Education and community / Jerry Schwab -- Households and community governance / Diane Smith -- Governance, cultural appropriateness and accountability within the context of Indigenous self-determination / David Martin -- Part 5: Institutions and economy: CDEP and ATSIC as bold experiments in governing differently - but where to now? / Will Sanders -- The Indigenous sector / Tim Rowse -- False dichotomies and other barriers to policy-making for Aboriginal communities / Larissa Behrendt
Control code
000040241571
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
v, 239 p.
Isbn
9781920898205
Other physical details
ill.

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