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Contemporary race relations in Australia / guest editors Barry Morris and Gillian Cowlishaw
Bib ID 385070
Format BookBook
Description Mitchell, N.S.W. : Centre for Social Justice Studies, c1990 
ix, 88 p. : ill., map ; 21 cm. 
Summary

Annotation pending.

Notes

At head of title -- Journal for Social Justice Studies Special Issue Series, Volume 3.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of.  |  Law enforcement - Criminal law and procedure - Juvenile justice.  |  Race relations - Racism.  |  Land rights.  |  Law enforcement - Police.  |  Australia -- Race relations.  |  Brewarrina (N NSW SH55-06)  |  Kakadu National Park (NT SD53-01, SD53-05)
Other authors/contributors Morris, Barry  |  Cowlishaw, Gillian K. (Gillian Keir), 1934-  |  Charles Sturt University--Mitchell. Centre for Social Justice Studies
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Journal for social justice studies.


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