- Still Under the Act? Subjectivity and the State in Aboriginal North Queensland. Smith, Benjamin Richard // Oceania;Jul2008, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p199
Both the colonial encapsulation and post-colonial recognition of North Queensland's Aboriginal population have been achieved through legislative demarcation. This paper explores the way such demarcation has extended the influence of the state within local Aboriginal life-worlds, focusing on the...
- Masters in their own tepees. Marchant, Garry // UNESCO Courier;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 52 Issue 7/8, p30
Reports that aboriginal communities in Canada and Australia are taking control of tourism in their homelands. Revenue per year of Canadian aboriginal tourism businesses; Comments from Barry Parker, president of the Canadian National Aboriginal Tourism Association (CNATA); Obstacles to...
- Books Received for Review. // Australian Aboriginal Studies;Jul2013, Vol. 2013 Issue 1, p129
A list of books received for review by the journal "Australian Aboriginal Studies" as of July 2013 is presented.
- 'Stop the intervention' protests. // Green Left Weekly;2/17/2010, Issue 826, p5
The article reports on the rally of the Aboriginal activists and supporters on February 13, 2010 against the Northern Territory's intervention into their communities in Australia.
- Counter-productive council. Brunton, Ron // IPA Review;1996, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p24
Presents how the Council of Aboriginal Reconciliation's approach its task increases division between Aborigines and other Australians. Compromise in the reconciliation process; Public statements against the Council; Information written in `Reconciliation and its Key Issues,' pamphlet;...
- Toward health and wellbeing for indigenous Australians. van Holst Pellekaan, S. M.; Clague, L. // Postgraduate Medical Journal;Oct2005, Vol. 81 Issue 960, p618
The health of indigenous Australians remains well below that of non-indigenous Australians and indigenous peoples in Canada and New Zealand. Although recent planning has initiated many outstanding, culturally appropriate programmes with indigenous involvement, health statistics only reflect...
- An inside story: Life in Utopia. GRAHAM, CHRIS // Green Left Weekly;1/29/2014, Issue 995, p11
The author presents a personal narrative of his experiences during shooting the film Utopia in Utopia, Texas dealing with topic on traditional lifestyle and culture of aboriginal people in remote regions of Australia.
- Badtjala. Foley, S. // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia;1994, Vol. 1, p84
An encyclopedia entry for the Badtjala peoples in Fraser Island, Queensland is presented. When the Europeans arrived, the Badtjala nation numbered about 2,000 people, with distinct clan groupings. In 1897 the majority of Badtjala people were imprisoned at the Bogimbah mission on Fraser Island...
- Boonwurrung. Horton, David // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia;1994, Vol. 1, p143
An encyclopedia entry about the Boonwurrung people of Australia is presented. The Boonwurrung are Aboriginal people of the Southeast region around Corner Inlet and the Werribee River in Melbourne, Victoria. They were the original owners of the site of Melbourne. The site was taken from them...