From the 'Keeparra' to the 'Cultural Bind' - An Analysis of the Aboriginal Situation
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This paper discusses the loss of culture experienced by the Aboriginal communities in the mission, rural, and urban contexts. The cultural bind experienced by the communities due to not having a future in modern western society, and losing their traditional cultural roots through displacement.
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