Developing identity as a light-skinned Aboriginal person with little or no community and/or kinship ties
Date of Submission
Due to Australia's colonisation history, Aboriginal people now have a complex process of both claiming and building a cultural identity, especially if they have light skin. There has been little research into how light-skinned urban Aboriginal people who lack community and/or kinship ties formulate and build their Aboriginal identity. This is an important area to research for the sustainability of the Aboriginal culture and for light-skinned Aboriginal people for now and the future.
School of Allied Health
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Faculty of Health Sciences
Bennett, B. (2015). Developing identity as a light-skinned Aboriginal person with little or no community and/or kinship ties (Doctoral thesis, Australian Catholic University). Retrieved from http://researchbank.acu.edu.au/theses/549
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