The Resource Indigenous movements in Australia, Francesca Merlan

Indigenous movements in Australia, Francesca Merlan

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Indigenous movements in Australia
Title
Indigenous movements in Australia
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Francesca Merlan
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Language
eng
Summary
Review of the development and role of Indigenous responses to colonisation via the concept of social movements; views about the nature of the response; discusses the role of cult and ritual responses - Kurangarra and Jinimin-Jesus; further religious actions - the adjustment movement (Arnhem Land); changing social and political aspects of activism - second wave of dispossession (Coranderrk as example); formation of political groups - Aborigines Advancement League and FCAATSI; influence of international movements - Freedom Ride, Referendum; government policy - assimilation and self-determination; political action - Pindan Movement, Wave Hill, Yirrkala / Nabalco case, Tent Embassy; land rights movement and the institutionalism of Indigenous action; movements and changes in Aboriginal subjectivity; relation of the Reconciliation movement to government policy
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Merlan, Francesca
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non fiction
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Indigenous movements in Australia, Francesca Merlan
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.489-494
Extent
p. 473-494
Label
Indigenous movements in Australia, Francesca Merlan
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.489-494
Extent
p. 473-494

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