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Third World in the First Development and Indigenous Peoples

By: E Young
336 pages, 40 b/w photos, 18 line drawings
Publisher: Routledge
Third World in the First
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Shows how modernisation in Australia and Canada has eroded many communities and the holistic beliefs that underpin them. As well as this historical overview, Young examines the development strategies left open to these people.

Contents

Preface 1. Development and Aboriginal People in Remote Canada and Australia: An Overview of the Main Issues 2. Remote Area Development in Australia and Canada: Perceptions, People and Resources 3. Government Policies and Programs for Aboriginal Development 4. Development and Land-based Enterprise: Living on the Land 5. Mining - the Prime Non-renewable Resource of Remote Regions 6. The Role of Parks and Tourism in Aboriginal Development 7. Aboriginal Community Stores and Development 8. Aboriginal Development in Remote Areas: Problems and Prospects References Index

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By: E Young
336 pages, 40 b/w photos, 18 line drawings
Publisher: Routledge
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