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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 From Colonial Superstition to the Hairyman : Aboriginality and the Politics of Race
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'The misconceptions of Indigenous incapacity and pastoral welfarism evident in the mid century texts are reversed by the end of the century and the texts that have made the same possible are discussed. Characterization of the Indigenous protagonists in each publication reveals much about changing perceptions of Aboriginality.' (Author's abstract)

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