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Title: Values, voice and choice : Western Arrernte outstation engagement in the Northern Territory intervention
Author: Kennedy, Annie Elizabeth
Publication location: Lismore (N.S.W.)
Publisher: Southern Cross University
Publication date: 2013-06-24
Notes: Thesis (Ph.D.)--Southern Cross University, 2013.
Description / Abstract: "This study examines engagement with the state from a remote, Aboriginal perspective. It aims to foster a better understanding of how we work with, not what we do to Aboriginal people. Set in the context of everyday outstation lives in the Central Australian desert, the study privileges the voices of Western Arrernte men and women as they encounter three of the reforms introduced under the Howard Government’s contentious 2007 Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER) and its continuation over the next two years under the incoming Rudd Labor Government. The findings from the study suggest the engagement of people like those from the Western Arrernte outstations is a matter of choice - not coercion." - Abstract
Physical Description: xx, 433 pages ; 30 cm.
Series: Thesis
Language: English
Subject: Tjuwanpa Outstation Resource Centre.
Northern Territory Emergency Response.
Community development -- Australia, Central
Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Hermannsburg region -- Social conditions
Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Government relations
Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Social conditions
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/265547
Access: Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
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