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Aboriginal Australia

Paperback|May 1998
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This extensively revised new edition presents selected themes, including the Mabo and Wik decisions, that relate to indigenous Australians against a background of traditional, colonial and contemporary experiences.


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This extensively revised new edition presents selected themes, including the Mabo and Wik decisions, that relate to indigenous Australians against a background of traditional, colonial and contemporary experiences.
-Publisher

Aboriginal Australia presents selected themes that relate to indigenous Australians against a background of traditional, colonial and contemporary experiences. Particular facets of the lives of Aboriginal Australians are revealed through an examination of their struggle to maintain a strong identity and heritage while actively participating in Australian society. Reflected throughout the work is how this process enriches the Australian community as a whole. This new, fully revised and corrected edition gives an up-to-date account of recent events of significance for the indigenous people of Australia. It takes account of Mabo, the momentous Native Title decision of the High Court to overturn the concept of terra nullius and recognise pre-colonial occupation of Australia, including property rights.
-Publisher

With an analysis of the traditional, colonial, and contemporary experiences of indigenous Australians, this study examines various facets of the lives of Aboriginal Australians and shows how their struggles enrich the Australian community as a whole. Insightful and engaging, this reference presents an investigation on the continual struggle facing Aboriginals to maintain a strong identity and heritage while actively participating in and contributing to the modern world.
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Dale Hanson Bourke

Bourke challenges women to respond to God's call specifically for the second half of their lives, and offers practical ideas for finding new meaning. Her vulnerability and story-driven approach offer essential principles and specific suggestions for women searching for God's purpose and passion in middle age. Dale has also served on the board of directors for World Vision US and World Vision International, and currently serves on the board of International Justice Mission and Opportunity International. She is the founder of the AIDS Orphan Bracelet Project. Dale lives with her husband and two sons near Washington, D.C.

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