Country: Being and belonging on aboriginal lands

  title={Country: Being and belonging on aboriginal lands},
  author={Melissa Lucashenko},
  journal={Journal of Australian Studies},
  pages={12 - 7}
To many non-Aborigines who have understanding of Aboriginal ways, country is now synonymous with belonging and if a woman can only find the right country, she will find her home. One white man believed that country meant the feelings he felt on Anzac Day, of seeing white male power structures reinforced, and being simultaneously moved and repulsed by this European ceremony. 
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