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Unintended consequences, editor, Julianne Schultz

Label
Unintended consequences
Title
Unintended consequences
Statement of responsibility
editor, Julianne Schultz
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Unintended Consequences explores what happens when things don't go according to plan - politically and personally. It examines both the unplanned triumphs and the unexpected failures, with a particular focus on indigenous relations. This collection moves from the big issues - war, bureaucracy, epidemics, planning and media - to compelling and quirky personal tales that reveal the long-term impact of small decisions. We are surrounded by unintended consequences
Cataloging source
QBCL
Dewey number
305.89915
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Schultz, Julianne
  • Griffith University
Series statement
Griffith review
Series volume
no. 16 (Winter 2007)
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Australia
  • Australia
  • Australia
  • Australia
Target audience
general
Label
Unintended consequences, editor, Julianne Schultz
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Griffith review 16"--Spine
  • ISSN : 1448-2924
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • A lingering legacy / Julianne Schultz on the legacy of the 1967 referendum -- Memoir: A toxic mix / Rolf de Heer, Molly Williams, David Gulpilil: how to manage fame and traditional culture -- Who'd have thought / Lee Tulloch: how the cult of celebrity has changed -- Lies, truths and other mysteries / Malcolm Knox: why a friendship ended -- Where's my girl / Jennifer Kremmer seeks an explanation for her daughter's slow development -- Essay: White guilt, victimhood and the quest for a radical centre / Noel Pearson -- Castroism dies, Che lives! / Murray Sayle -- Lifting the curtains of mist / James Halford: legacy of the past in South America -- Two tales of a city / Glyn Davis - Canberra could have been a different city -- Libertarian nation by stealth / Chris Wallace: the gap between rhetoric and reality in John Howard's Australia
  • Surrendering nationalism / Tim Soutphhommasane -- A culinary adventure / Stephen Downes: origins of Australian cuisine -- reality beyond the whiteboard / Michael Wesley: limits of the neo-conservative agenda in the pacific -- Fantasy, paranoia, enthusiasm and reality / Paul Monk -- The neglected holocaust / Peter B. Todd: HIV-AIDS -- Fiction: Purchase / John Kinsella -- The other side of the river / Georgia Blain -- Reportage: The block / Dean Sewell, daily challenges of life in Redfern -- Buried in the labyrinth / Margaret Simons -- Reap as you sow / Bernie Matthews on wards of the state -- From big trees, more trees grow / Nigel Turvey talks to participants in the first forestry protest
Control code
000041686255
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
264 p.
Isbn
9780733321221
Isbn Type
\ 978073332122
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), ports.
Label
Unintended consequences, editor, Julianne Schultz
Publication
Note
  • "Griffith review 16"--Spine
  • ISSN : 1448-2924
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • A lingering legacy / Julianne Schultz on the legacy of the 1967 referendum -- Memoir: A toxic mix / Rolf de Heer, Molly Williams, David Gulpilil: how to manage fame and traditional culture -- Who'd have thought / Lee Tulloch: how the cult of celebrity has changed -- Lies, truths and other mysteries / Malcolm Knox: why a friendship ended -- Where's my girl / Jennifer Kremmer seeks an explanation for her daughter's slow development -- Essay: White guilt, victimhood and the quest for a radical centre / Noel Pearson -- Castroism dies, Che lives! / Murray Sayle -- Lifting the curtains of mist / James Halford: legacy of the past in South America -- Two tales of a city / Glyn Davis - Canberra could have been a different city -- Libertarian nation by stealth / Chris Wallace: the gap between rhetoric and reality in John Howard's Australia
  • Surrendering nationalism / Tim Soutphhommasane -- A culinary adventure / Stephen Downes: origins of Australian cuisine -- reality beyond the whiteboard / Michael Wesley: limits of the neo-conservative agenda in the pacific -- Fantasy, paranoia, enthusiasm and reality / Paul Monk -- The neglected holocaust / Peter B. Todd: HIV-AIDS -- Fiction: Purchase / John Kinsella -- The other side of the river / Georgia Blain -- Reportage: The block / Dean Sewell, daily challenges of life in Redfern -- Buried in the labyrinth / Margaret Simons -- Reap as you sow / Bernie Matthews on wards of the state -- From big trees, more trees grow / Nigel Turvey talks to participants in the first forestry protest
Control code
000041686255
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
264 p.
Isbn
9780733321221
Isbn Type
\ 978073332122
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), ports.

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