Canvassing the issues: Indigenous Australians in higher education

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Frawley, Jack, Nolan, Marguerite Rose and White, Nereda Dawn. (2009). Canvassing the issues: Indigenous Australians in higher education. In In J. Frawley, M. Nolan and N. White (Ed.). Indigenous Issues in Australian Universities: Research, Teaching, Support pp. 1 - 6 Charles Darwin University Press.
AuthorsFrawley, Jack, Nolan, Marguerite Rose and White, Nereda Dawn
EditorsJ. Frawley, M. Nolan and N. White
Page range1 - 6
Year2009
Book titleIndigenous Issues in Australian Universities: Research, Teaching, Support
PublisherCharles Darwin University Press
ISBN9781921576072
Research GroupSchool of Arts
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