<p>This timely collection of articles explores some of the most pressing issues confronting both Australia's Indigenous peoples and Australia as a nation. In the current period of economic strength, Indigenous peoples have found themselves increasingly struggling to develop economic opportunities and to ensure the viability of their social and cultural lives.<p> <p>This volume brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous contributors from a range of disciplines and experiences. Focussing primarily on remote Australia, they bring together the whole range of issues and concerns which need to be addressed.<p> <p>The articles are from the Proceedings of a Workshop of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia held at the University of Sydney 30 November-1 December 2004. The collection is edited by Diane Austin-Broos and Gaynor Macdonald.<p> <p>Gaynor Macdonald and Diane Austin-Broos (eds.)<br> Sydney University Press<br> ISBN: 1920898204<p> <p>To purchase a hard copy of this book please visit the <a href="http://fmx01.ucc.usyd.edu.au/jspcart/jsp/cart/Product.jsp?nID=122&nCategoryID=SR&searchTitle=culture&searchAuthor=&searchCategory=null&searchISBN=">Sydney University Press</a> web site.</p>
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