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|Title:||Family stories and 'race' in Australian history|
|Citation:||Critical Race and Whiteness Studies, 2011; 7(2):1-12|
|Abstract:||The impact of Australia’s restrictive immigration policies during the period 1901-1970s upon the family lives of non-white non-Indigenous people in Australia have been largely ignored in the writing of Australian history. The paper explores some dimensions of the experiences of non-white non-Indigenous people and their transnational families in relation to state interference.|
|Rights:||© Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association 2011|
|Appears in Collections:||Gender Studies and Social Analysis publications|
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