Social Inequality in Australian Society
Chapter 4 demonstrates that Aborigines have limited access to resources, facilities and services in Australian society; considers factors such as employment, income, education, health, access to health and welfare services, housing, experiences with legal system, land rights, participation in politics and public affairs.
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