Culture Crisis: Anthropology and Politics in Aboriginal Australia
Written by Australia's leading anthropologists, this valuable examination explores the Australian government's intervention in terms of health, safety, and education of the nation's remote Aboriginal citizens via the Northern Territory National Emergency Response. Dissecting the notion of difference and probing the idea of indigenous disadvantage and autonomy, this record questions the role of anthropology in provoking policy change and unflinchingly confronts the policies that have failed these communities. An urgently needed dialogue, this account argues that anthropology can still provide hope.
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