The Resource 'Going more than half way to meet them': : on the life and legacy of WEH Stanner, Jeremy Beckett and Melinda Hinkson

'Going more than half way to meet them': : on the life and legacy of WEH Stanner, Jeremy Beckett and Melinda Hinkson

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'Going more than half way to meet them': : on the life and legacy of WEH Stanner
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'Going more than half way to meet them':
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on the life and legacy of WEH Stanner
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Jeremy Beckett and Melinda Hinkson
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eng
Summary
Introductory biographical on the life and work of W.E.H. Stanner; early studies and influences (Radcliffe-Brown and Malinowski); friendship with Firth; work in Kenya; army service (North Australia Observer Unit and Directorate of Research); directorship of the East African Institute of Social Research; move to the Australian National University; fieldwork in northern Australia; work on the council of Aboriginal Affairs; appreciation of his work - unifying concept of transcendent value; critique of the Boyer Lectures; government policy - Stanner?s attitude to assimilation and the limitations of self-determination - critique of anthropology; approach to Aboriginal religion
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1931-
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Beckett, Jeremy
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no index present
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non fiction
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Hinkson, Melinda
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Stanner, W. E. H.
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'Going more than half way to meet them': : on the life and legacy of WEH Stanner, Jeremy Beckett and Melinda Hinkson
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Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 22-23
Extent
p. 1-23
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'Going more than half way to meet them': : on the life and legacy of WEH Stanner, Jeremy Beckett and Melinda Hinkson
Publication
Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 22-23
Extent
p. 1-23

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