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|Title:||Resilience, vulnerability and alcohol in remote Aboriginal Australia. by Ernest Hunter|
|Abstract:||Aborigines of remote Australia are the inheritors of what Bill Stanner termed the 'Great Australian Silence'. They are the most disadvantaged group in Australia, and their discontent is largely hidden, contained or dismissed.|
|Source:||Aboriginal Health Information Bulletin,|
|Volume:||no. 14, p. 16-24.|
|metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*:||Aboriginal living conditions|
|Appears in Collections:||Magazines|
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