Academic Articles - Australia


Apology to the Stolen Generations

Reconciliation Australia

http://www.reconciliation.org.au/home/reconciliation-resources/facts---figures/q-a-factsheets/apolog

Categories: Reconciliation General Theory, Australia

Australian Reconciliation Barometer

Reconciliation Australia

Categories: Australia

Reconciliation and Political Legitimacy: The Old Australia and the New South Africa
 

Paul Muldoon

Australian Journal of Politics & History, Volume 49, Issue 2, pages 182-196, June 2003

Categories: Australia, South Africa


Reconciliation, Assimilation, and the Indigenous Peoples of Australia

Damien Short

International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique Vol. 24, No. 4 (Oct., 2003), pp. 491-513

Categories: Australia
Self-sufficient arguments in political rhetoric: Constructing reconciliation and apologizing to the stolen generations

Martha Augoustinos, Amanda Lecouteur and John Soyland

Discourse & society 0957-9265 Augoustinos yr:2002 vol:13 iss:1 pg:105

Categories: Australia

 The formal Australian reconciliation process: 1991-2000

 

Dr. Andrew Gunstone

Categories: Australia


 The Goals of the Formal Reconciliation Process and Indigenous Rights

Andrew Gunstone

Categories: Australia


The Psychodynamics of Australian Settler-Nationalism Assimilating or Reconciling with the Aborigines

Anthony Moran

Political Psychology, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Dec., 2002), pp. 667-701

Categories: Australia
Unsettling pasts: reconciliation and history in settler Australia

Attwood, Bain

Postcolonial studies 1368-8790 Attwood yr:2005 vol:8 iss:3 pg:243

Categories: Australia
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