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|Statement||Cathryn McConaghy ; foreword by Martin Nakata.|
|LC Classifications||LC213.3.A8 M39 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 312 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
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These views have informed a number of traditions: a paternalistic form of welfarism; assimilation, which seeks to institutionalise colonial. Rethinking Indigenous Education: Culturalism, Colonialism and the Politics of Knowing Rethinking indigenous education book.
McConaghy Post Pressed, Flaxton, Queensland,xvi + pp, ISBN 1 7 This is a difficult but important book. Readers will find themselves variously challenged, provoked, enlightened, frustrated and stung. Through dynamic new empirical and conceptual studies, international contributors examine settler colonialism, Indigenous cosmologies, Indigenous land rights, and language as key aspects of Land Education.
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