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Critical Indigenous Studies Thematic Group

Aims and Objectives

The key aim of the Critical Indigenous Studies thematic group is to build and support the engagement of Australian sociology and sociologists with Indigenous social issues. To support this aim, the core objectives of the thematic group are to:

  • foster the development of existing and new sociological perspectives on Indigenous related issues
  • encourage and promote quality theoretical and empirical research across a broad range of Indigenous-related areas
  • provide a forum for communication and collaboration of sociologists working in the field
  • support the addition of sociological voices to contemporary and emerging social and political debates relating to Indigenous Australia

Year established: 2006

Resource: Maiam nayri Wingara website.

 


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Bronwyn Carlson
Macquarie University

Tristian Kennedy
Macquarie University

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