The Resource From 'After the Dreaming' to 'After land rights': : WEH Stanner's legacy as Indigenous policy intellectual, Jon Altman

From 'After the Dreaming' to 'After land rights': : WEH Stanner's legacy as Indigenous policy intellectual, Jon Altman

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From 'After the Dreaming' to 'After land rights': : WEH Stanner's legacy as Indigenous policy intellectual
Title
From 'After the Dreaming' to 'After land rights':
Title remainder
WEH Stanner's legacy as Indigenous policy intellectual
Statement of responsibility
Jon Altman
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discussion of Stanner's approach to Aboriginal policy formation and application; background summary of recent policy under the Howard government; assesses Stanner against contemporary policy issues - land rights, economic development, mainstreaming and the meaning of difference, welfare; plurality of policy aims and the recognition of Indigenous agency in policy development
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1954-
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Altman, Jon C.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Stanner, W. E. H.
Label
From 'After the Dreaming' to 'After land rights': : WEH Stanner's legacy as Indigenous policy intellectual, Jon Altman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 280-282
Extent
p. 271-282
Label
From 'After the Dreaming' to 'After land rights': : WEH Stanner's legacy as Indigenous policy intellectual, Jon Altman
Publication
Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 280-282
Extent
p. 271-282

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