Examines inter-action between remote Western Australian Aboriginal communities and Commonwealth, state and local government agencies; argues Aboriginal communities can influence government policy decisions and funding; examples given are provision of access roads to Djarindjin community at One Arm Point, Yakadunya community budget and participation in shire council road committee, role of Aboriginal Electoral Information Service in Wiluna.
Bibliography: p. 146-159.
For tertiary students.
Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Copy 3: Donated by ATSIC Library.
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