The idea, and the myth of Aboriginal privilege. Examines the role of the media, particularly news reporting and talk back radio-in the creation of the idea. As a result, a march of 30,000 people on Parliament achieved the harshest penalties for juvenile crime in the country.
1. Constructing disorder:policing, news and Aboriginal youth
2. Demagoguery over democracy:racism and talkback radio
3. Denizens to citizens:Aboriginal status and the press
4. Paupers in a first world nation
5. The making of mundane 'Privilege'
6. The 'Robespierre' of the air
7. Citizens foremost":towards a practical ethics of representation
8. Sovereignty as the right to be ordinary.
Bibliography: p. 331-338.
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