All Free Man Now: Culture, Community and Politics in the Kimberley Region, North-western Australia
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, 1996 - Aboriginal Australians - 130 pages
Contemporary intercultural relations, the administration of Aboriginal affairs and Aboriginal political institutions in the Kimberley region. Describes how Indigenous and non-Indigenous people are struggling for control in the Kimberley by means of culturally intermediary organisations.
Aboriginal Affairs Aboriginal community Aboriginal culture Aboriginal groups activity administration Adviser appearance approach associated assumptions ATSIC attempt Australian authority become camp centres chairman chapter community council concerned considerable contemporary continued council decisions demands Department described direct economic effective established European expression federal formal frequently functions fundamentally funds further grants groups Halls Creek hand housing independent individuals initial institutions interests involved Kimberley lack land lease less living matter means meeting mission needs offer operation organisations original outstation pastoral period Planning Plate political position practice present problem procedures produced programmes rational recent regional relations relationship remains representative reserve residence resource agency responsibility result simply social staff station status structure town traditional understanding usually welfare Western Australia workers