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    2007 Aboriginal Studies HSC Major Projects
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    Major projects are a course requirement of the NSW Board of Studies Aboriginal Studies course. According to the syllabus, the major project is to be a topic of the student’s own choice, negotiated with their teacher and Aboriginal community members, and should be related to the course. Students apply their knowledge and skills in acquiring, processing, and communicating information, and participating in community consultation. Major projects are an original piece of work.
  • Scope and Content
    SERIES 01: Fashion and identity / Kaiya Aboagye, Sydney Secondary College

    SERIES 02: A comparison of epidemiology in Redfern and the Tiwi Islands: Why the health standards are so bad / Mallory Barnes

    SERIES 03: The struggle to reclaim language in NSW / Max Booyar-Rybak, St Ignatius College, Riverview

    SERIES 04: Scar trees of the Bridgewater Estate / Jennifer Cousemacker, Elderslie High School

    SERIES 05: Muku Nguyah : One Spirit / Ariane Dozer, St Catherine's School, Waverley

    SERIES 06: Economic development, employment & Aboriginal tourism / Thomas Lowrey, St Ignatius College Riverview
  • Copying Conditions
    Copyright status:: In copyright - This collection has multiple rights owners
    Approval for reproduction required:
    Please acknowledge:: Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holder
  • Original held by
    Originals are returned to students after digitisation by the State Library of NSW
  • General note

    This collection may contain confidential, personal and/or culturally sensitive information. Members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are also advised that records may contain names and images of deceased people.
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