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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... vol. 21 no. 1 January 2002 of Social Alternatives est. 1977 Social Alternatives
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  • Title of issue : Peace Education for a New Century.
  • Contents indexed selectively.


* Contents derived from the 2002 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Political Debatei"mayflies' secret love-dance", Stephen Lawrence , single work poetry (p. 6)
This Place, See (Doug)i"All through here was farms.", Carmen Leigh Keates , single work poetry (p. 17)
Cenotaphi"With the sun dozing overhead", John Malone , single work poetry (p. 22)
Professional Lovei"The Commissioner gave me a hug.", Stephen Lawrence , single work poetry (p. 32)
Atomic Cafei"An exclusive cafe", Rudolf Von Scheven , single work poetry (p. 38)
Visiting My Brother the Farmeri"A neighbour brought over a walnut tree", Nicola Knox , single work poetry (p. 38)
Asylum Seekersi"Your courage", John Synott , single work poetry (p. 41)
To Wollombii"water comes to Wollombi.", Georgina Woods , single work poetry (p. 48)
Eggsi"When I was young I used to get sent", John Tomlinson , single work poetry (p. 55)
Tick Tocki"Tick tock", Sheryl Persson , single work poetry (p. 61)
The Weather in My Voicei"My voice rises and falls, barometric,", David Adès , single work poetry (p. 61)
Character Above Colour : Fast Track to Assimilation? Margaret Tucker M.B.E. and the Politics of Assimilation, Gail Maria Hennessy , single work criticism
Over the past five years I have been researching the autobiographies written by Aboriginal women where the story of removal has been a constant theme. Children were taken from their families and the horrendous effects of those acts permeate the autobiographical writings. These autobiographies have been a rich source of personal, social and racial history and testify to an Aboriginal survival and renaissance towards self-determination and racial pride. In examining these autobiographies I traced a burgeoning aggression that reflected an emerging Aboriginal identity. This identity fractured the contradictory existence of recorded detail amassed by the State about the lives of Aboriginal people and allowed the authors to tell their own stories. - Introduction
(p. 62-67)
In Loco Parentis, Peter James , single work short story (p. 69-72)
Aerroheadsi"Tern and gull", Philip A. Waterhouse , single work poetry (p. 72)
The Australian Legend : No Longer Singular, Duncan Richardson , single work review
— Review of The Australian Legend and Its Discontents 2000 anthology criticism ;
(p. 76)
Shayani"almost new", Nicola Knox , single work poetry (p. 78)

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