Browsing 16 Studies in Human Society by Author "Deborah Barnes"

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Browsing 16 Studies in Human Society by Author "Deborah Barnes"

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  • Watson, N (Cengage Learning Australia, 2011-01)
    Identity has long been and remains a bitterly contested issue. For the Coloniser, the power to define Aboriginal people facilitated colonisation. Terra nullius had the effect of erasing violent dispossession from the ...
  • Watson, N (CENGAGE LEARNING AUSTRALIA, 2011-01)
  • Behrendt, LY (CENGAGE LEARNING AUSTRALIA, 2011-01)
    The following chapters explore social justice and human rights in relation to Indigenous peoples in Australia and internationally. This chapter uses case studies to explore how some nations, such as New Zealand, Canada and ...
  • Behrendt, LY; Cadzow, AJ (Cengage Learning Australia, 2011-01)
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have a complex relationship with the criminal justice system. They are over-represented in custody and also overrepresented as victims of crime. Issues arise between Aboriginal ...