Resources

Living in Two Worlds

Living in Two Worlds

John Rudder "Yolnu cosmology: an unchanging cosmos incorporating a rapidly changing world?"

When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Withouth Hurting the Poor and Yourself

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"Sand talk" by Tyson Yunkaporta

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Humbugged in Church - in Katherine Times by Kristan Slack. 


'The Fourth World in the First World: Missiologyand Aboriginal Churches in the Northern TerritoryBy Bishop Greg Anderson Diocese of the Northern Territory.


A fair go : Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture / by Barbara J. Sayers

A fair go : Aboriginal living and learning in the dominant Australian culture / by Barbara J. Sayers

The papers in this publication result from the author's years of studying and learning the Aboriginal language, Wik-Mungkan, while she lived in the Aurukun community on the Cape York Peninsula, North Queensland between 1962 and 1995. The papers in Part 1 discuss communication issues such as: degrees of abstraction in the language; language structure; left or right brain orientation; and pragmatic isses of misunderstanding in cross-cultural communication. The papers in Part 2 are concerned with the lack of opportunity afforded to children in Aboriginal community schools and the author's efforts to improve learning for Aboriginal children.

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