3 edition of Race relations in North Queensland found in the catalog.
Race relations in North Queensland
Bibliography: p. 363-365.
|Statement||edited by Henry Reynolds.|
|Contributions||Reynolds, Henry, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||DU274 .R32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||365 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||80486133|
Carole Ferrier is a Professor of Literature and Women's Studies. Her research interests are in Women's and Gender Studies, and Critical and Cultural Studies, especially Black women authors; Australian women writers and Migrant writers; feminist and Marxist theory, and the theorising of race and ethnicity in relation to culture. Ferrier, Carole () Jean Devanny's fictional critique of whiteness and race relations in North Queensland. etropic: Electronic Journal of Studies in the Tropics, 12 2: 1 - doi: /etropic
Race relations refers to all forms of behavior arising from contacts and resulting interaction between people of different physical, cultural and ethnic characteristics. The term was introduced in the field of sociology by Robert E. Park (), of the University of Chicago, who in the late s and early s conducted a study into race. RQ Recommdended Protocols for Racehorse Movement - COVID Thoroughbred. Western Queensland Race Amendments - April/May. Thoroughbred.
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This book is a leisurely stroll through some of the fascinating aspects of the Queen City’s history since its settlement in Purchase Enquiry Neither Mischievous Nor Meddlesome: The remarkable lives of North Queensland’s independent midwives – Race relations in North Queensland / edited by Henry Reynolds Dept.
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Lectures on North Queensland History. A series of book chapters originally delivered in the s as lectures at James Cook University including themes about race, labour relations, gender, mining, agriculture, pastoralism and sugar.
Date range: Northern Queensland, Australia -- Race relations. Queensland, North. Queensland, Northern. Queensland Queensland -- Race relations -- History.
Queensland South East Cape York (Qld SD54, SD55) Queensland Gulf country (Qld SE54) Queensland Far North West (Qld Far NW SE54) Northeast Queensland (NE Qld SE55) East Queensland (E Qld.
Get this from a library. Invasion and resistance: Aboriginal-European relations on the North Queensland frontier, [Noel Loos] -- Published version of authors Ph.D. Thesis, MSAboriginal-European relations in north Queensland, q.v.
for annotation. Posted Ap A Chinese-Australian family's home has been graffitied with a racist slur, and had a rock thrown through the window. Topics: race-relations, australia Racial. Palmer River was one of Australia's major gold rush locations. William Hann and geologist Norman Taylor found gold in a sandy bed of the river in Hann named the river after Arthur Hunter Palmer the Premier of Queensland at that time.
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Get this from a library. Discrimination against Aborigines and Islanders in north Queensland: the case of Townsville. [Knud Larsen;] -- Covers employment, housing and access to hotels. US city with the best race relations between all races.
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Gold on the Palmer River and the series of rushes which resulted from attracted a large influx of Chinese initially from the southern colonies and then in thousands directly from China in numbers unprecedented in the Australian colonies.
By the close of Chinese merchants and miners numbe, 90% of the total population. As the gold field administration was unable with the. Home > Book Lists > United States > Race Relations.
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His previous experience had left him unprepared for the frontier race relations he found in north Queensland. Whites felt vaguely threatened by rumblings from the south for liberalisation, and remained intransigent in keeping Aborigines strictly subordinated. (During the s and s, liberals referred to rural Queensland as "the Deep North.").
Patsy Coverdale has gathered together her social history of the relationship between whitefella and blackfella (Gadja and Bama) in North Queensland from the s to She includes interviews, opinions, stories and ed on: J Journey to the Stone Country by Alex Miller was the winner of the Miles Franklin Award in Set inAnnabelle hastily abandons her husband, Steven, in Melbourne after she discovers he is having an extra-marital dalliance with one of his students/5.
Racism in Australia traces both historical and contemporary racist community attitudes, as well as political non-compliance and governmental negligence on United Nations human rights standard and incidents in Australia. Contemporary Australia is the product of Indigenous peoples of Australia combined with multiple waves of immigration, predominantly from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Dr Robert Ørsted-Jensen, was originally educated in Social Science () at the University of Roskilde in Denmark, and has previously worked in the Danish parliament. He is a PhD from the school of Political Science and international Studies at University of Queensland.
In Henry Reynolds (Ed.), Race relations in north Queensland Revised edition ed. (pp. ) Townsville, Australia: Department of History and Politics, James Cook University of North Queensland.
That Abominable Crime: First Steps in the Social History of Male Homosexuals in Colonial Queensland, Moore, Clive (). Fred Prowledge describes race relations in the North, as mirrored by the disagreement over a plan to desegregate schools in Queens.
The article, ‘Mason Dixon Line’ in Queens, appeared in The New York Times on The text appears courtesy of Fred. Australian Race Relations: (Australian Experience) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Aboriginal Australians Australia Education / General Ethnic relations Government relations History History / General Race relations Racism Social Science / Anthropology.This is a very useful monograph not only for secondary students, undergraduate classes in anthropology, history, law, race relations, sociology, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, but also for a wider popular audience.
The most distressing part of the Mabo story is a sad reflection upon contemporary race relations in Queensland.This article looks at the origins, influences and impact of Geoffrey Bolton's A Thousand Miles Away, the first large-scale history of North Queensland. Published inthis book had considerable impact on the next generation of North Queensland historians at James Cook University, some of whom would play a formative role in the rewriting of the history of race relations in : Lyndon Megarrity.