This subject frames policy developments in Indigenous Australian affairs between first British contact and 1967 from Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian standpoints. It critically examines Indigenous Australian politics in relation to hegemonic political structures. Specific policy developments and legislative determinations are critically examined from Indigenous Australian perspectives and considered in light of Indigenous Australian pursuits of rights and self-determination. Students will examine the evolution of Indigenous Australian policy and analyse evident discourses. This subject explores the workings of policy implementation and how this impacts on the pursuit of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian interests. Students will be asked to examine and reflect on standpoint in relation to Australian policy.
School of Indigenous Australian Studies
Enrolment in this subject is available to students who have completed IKC100, IKC101, IKC102, IKC103, IKC200, IKC201, IKC202, IKC300, IKC302, and IKC303.
There is some commonality between learning outcomes and syllabus however the latter complies with AQF Level 8 standard. No TCR is applicable to IKC303 and IKC404.
IKC100 Indigenous Health - compatible subject
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories - compatible subject
IKC300 Indigenous Australians and the Politics of Race and Representation - compatible subject
IKC303 Indigenous Australians and the Politics of Control -compatible subject
IKC201 Comparative Indigenous Studies - compatible subject
IKC200 Contemporary Indigenous Australian Realities - compatible subject
IKC302 Human Rights and Indigenous Australians - compatible subject
IKC202 Indigenous Australians and Literatures: Critical Endeavours - compatible subject
IKC102 Indigenous Australian Cultures - compatible subject
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: February 2020. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.