Prejudice in Print: The Treatment of Ethnic Minorities in Published Works : Proceedings of the Conference Held at Normandy House, Monash University, 20-22 November, 1981
Radha Rasmussen, Henning Rasmussen
Centre for Migrant Studies, Monash University, 1982 - Publishers and publishing - 95 pages
Papers by L. Lippmann, E. West, M. Dunkle separately annotated; other papers and recommendations also refer to Aborigines.
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