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Decolonising Mathematics Education: Transforming Pedagogy alongside First Peoples of Remote Australia

  • Author: Boyd, Nicole
  • Publisher: Brill
  • Published: 2023

Decolonising Mathematics Education: Transforming Pedagogy alongside First Peoples of Remote Australia

Best for the Bush

  • Authors: Gardiner, Fergus, Bishop, L., Spring, Breeanna, Gale, L., Schofield, Z., Quinlan, F.
  • Publisher: Royal Flying Doctor Service
  • Published: 2023

Despite some challenges, those in rural, regional and remote parts of our country report higher rates of life satisfaction than in our cities. It is critical for our society, our…

The acquisition of complex morphology: Insights from Murrinhpatha

  • Author: Forshaw, William
  • Publisher: John Benjamins
  • Published: 2021

diversity of the world’s languages. This book examines the acquisition of complex morphology of

Songs from the Stations: Wajarra as sung by Ronnie Wavehill Wirrpnga, Topsy Dodd Ngarnjal and Dandy Danbayarri at Kalkaringi

  • Authors: Turpin, Myfany, Meakins, Felicity
  • Publisher: Sydney University Press
  • Published: 2019

much understanding’.This book is about such songs, in particular those known by Gurindji people at

Creative Barkly: sustaining the arts and creative sector in remote Australia

  • Authors: Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, Naomi Sunderland, Sandy O’Sullivan, Sarah Woodland
  • Publisher: Creative Barkly
  • Published: 2019

There is increasing recognition that the arts and creative sector has a crucial role to play in supporting and sustaining communities in Australia’s remotest regions where the demographics and circumstances…

Trans dilemmas: Living in Australia’s remote areas and in Aboriginal communities

  • Author: Kerry, Stephen
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2018

experiences of trans people in Australia's Northern Territory. The book argues that whilst trans people

Remote freedoms: Politics, personhood and human rights in Aboriginal Central Australia

  • Author: Holcombe, Sarah E.
  • Publisher: Stanford University Press
  • Published: 2018

. Based on field research with Anangu of Central Australia, this book investigates how universal human

Australian Native Title Anthropology: Strategic Practice, the Law and the State

  • Author: Palmer, Kinglsey
  • Publisher: ANU Press
  • Published: 2018

from anthropological expertise. This is a book about the practical aspects of anthropology that are

Australia's Rural, Remote and Indigenous Health

  • Author: Dade-Smith, Janie
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Published: 2018

This book is a practical guide to the delivery of health care in rural and remote Australia

The Dystopia in the Desert: The silent culture of Australia’s remotest Aboriginal communities

  • Author: Purtill, Tadhgh
  • Publisher: Australian Scholarly Publishing
  • Published: 2017

The Ngaanyatjarra Lands, deep in Western Australia, are home to the country’s most remote Aboriginal communities. Beset by social problems, the communities and their residents are detached from mainstream Australia…

Is birdsong music? Outback encounters with an Australian songbird

  • Author: Taylor, Hollis
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press
  • Published: 2017

How and when does music become possible? Is it a matter of biology, or culture, or an interaction between the two? Revolutionizing the way we think about the core values…

Labour force mobility in the Australian resources industry - socio-economic and regional impact.

  • Author: Haslam McKenzie, F.M.
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Published: 2016

This book addresses the socio-economic impacts of rapid economic development due to a global mining

Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art under Occupation

  • Author: Biddle, Jennifer L.
  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • Published: 2016

Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art under Occupation

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Principles of Enterprise Clustering

  • Author: Jacobsen, D
  • Publisher: CRC for Remote Economic Participation
  • Published: 2016

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people operating tourism enterprises in remote Australia have increasingly recognised the benefits of working with each other and forming enterprise clusters in the bush. Working…

An evidence-based approach to reducing discharge against medical advice amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients

  • Author: Shaw, C
  • Publisher: Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research
  • Published: 2016

Discharge against medical advice (DAMA), also referred to as self-discharge, occurs when an in-patient leaves a hospital or healthcare setting before discharge is advised by the treating provider. DAMA causes…

Rural, regional and remote social work: Practice research from Australia

  • Authors: Howard, Amanda, Katrak, Meaghan, Blakemore, Tamara, Pallas, Phillip
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2016

This book gives voice to the direct practice experience of social workers working in rural and

Internet on the outstation: the digital divide and remote Aboriginal communities

  • Authors: Rennie, Ellie, Hogan, Eleanor, Gregory, Robin, Crouch, Andrew, Wright, Alyson, Thomas, Julian
  • Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures
  • Published: 2016

This book provides a new take on the digital divide. Why do whole communities choose to go without

Better than welfare? Work and livelihoods for Indigenous Australians after CDEP

  • Author: Jordan, Kirrily
  • Publisher: ANU Press
  • Published: 2016

focus of intense political contestation that culminated in its ultimate demise. This book examines

They came to Murramarang: a history of Murramarang, Kioloa and Bawley Point

  • Authors: Bruce Hamon, Alastair Greig, Sue Feary
  • Publisher: ANU Press
  • Published: 2015

Bruce’s engaging prose with additional chapters relating to Bruce’s life, the writing of the book

Climate change: Learning about what is happening with the weather in central Australia

  • Authors: Meg Mooney, Fiona Walsh, Ro Hill, Jocelyn Davies, Ashley Sparrow, Central Land Council Lytentye Apurte Rangers
  • Publisher: CSIRO
  • Published: 2014

This book has been written for Indigenous communities and others to learn more about climate change

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