The Ngaut Ngaut Interpretive Project: Providing Culturally Sustainable Online Interpretive Content to the Public (Final Report)

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2014
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Indigenous groups around the world are struggling to come to terms with the issues that an online environment poses to the presentation of the Indigenous past and present. In this IPinCH Community Initiative, the Mannum Aboriginal Community Association Inc. countered offensive and incorrect online information about the Ngaut Ngaut heritage complex in South Australia by creating their own interpretive content in which they shared community perceptions and values about this significant cultural landscape.
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The final report from "The Ngaut Ngaut Interpretive Project: Providing Culturally Sustainable Online Content to the Public", an IPinCH Community Initiative.
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